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McClellan: Daryl Colvin may have violated #GPSBoard policy & #AZLaw and challenges Julie Smith’s #CommonCore claims

The following is an email sent by Mike McClellan to the Gilbert Public Schools Governing board. He posted this email, Julie Smith’s reply and his counter-argument in the… 1,305 more words

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Is Going Back To College Draining Your Finances?

Emile Harmon’s latest post.

As we enter September, we realize the amount of financial stress that comes with sending your child to college. There are plenty of bills and financial strains put on parents when figuring out how they will pay their child’s way through school. 341 more words

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Article: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions - Employment in Arizona

One of the consequences of a criminal conviction is difficulty in gaining employment the debt to society has been repaid. It is a referred to as a collateral consequence because it is not a part of the intended punishment – is a secondary effect. 209 more words

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Arizona Proposes Hotels Background Checks for Employees

Arizona hotels have come under fire for potential negligent hiring of employees of who have unfettered access to rooms.  During the last two years a couple of hotels in Maricopa County have hired employees who were convicted felons, gave them access to hotel rooms, and allegedly the former employees sexually assaulted guests. 520 more words

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Phoenix Apartment Complex Found Guilty of Uninhabitable Conditions

A Phoenix apartmment complex is found of uninhabitable by a city court judge.

After a non-jury trial, Judge Lori Metcalf, of the Phoenix Municipal Court found Woodbridge Apartments guilty of 385 out of 406 criminal counts.  848 more words

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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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