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What is Excessive Force in Arizona?

Police practices have come under national scrutiny.  What is excessive force by law enforcement agencies and what is not?  While the nation is still coming to terms with the shooting by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, this is not an isolated problem. 2,643 more words

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Sentiments Affect Detroit Bankruptcy

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The artwork of the Detroit Institute of the Arts has caused a stir in the city’s bankruptcy courts. Evaluations and appraisals of the value of the artwork have been engaged in, as a means of attempting to offset the city’s debts. 345 more words

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Revenge Porn Laws Do Not Deter

Last week, a profile on a revenge porn website was created for a woman who lives in Maricopa County, Arizona.  Many sexually explicit photos and a couple of videos are posted of this young woman, along with links to her social media accounts, and her place of employment.  961 more words

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Arizona Obscenity Law 40 Years After The Last Picture Show Ban

I had a discussion with a family member over the phone the other day about modern movies and obscenity.  “Joe, have you heard about the movie… 1,451 more words

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Defending the Decriminalization of Brothels in Arizona

The Superbowl will come to Arizona in February 2015, but decriminalized brothels will most likely not.  At least, that is what politicians across Arizona are saying after brothel expert, Dennis Hof owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada, proposed the idea of setting up a… 1,291 more words

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Nine Companies Commit to Support Detroit Institute of Arts

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On Tuesday, according to a recent article, the Detroit Institute of Arts made the announcement that nine companies located in Michigan have decided to pledge a huge sum of $26.8 million toward the Institute’s commitment to raise around $100 million. 335 more words

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