If Sierra Vista charter schools continue to receive special state funding, one significant reason will be due to the efforts of State Rep. Heather Carter, R-Cave Creek.
After the Senate Appropriations Committee passed SB1494 on Tuesday — a bill to prevent charter schools from having access to both state shared K-12 and special charter school funds — Carter prepared an amendment to remove the legislation and headed an effort to hold up House approval of the state budget.
Arizona Repubic editorial, 3/1/14, Page B11 Winners and Losers Gov. Jan Brewer saved the Legislature from itself, vetoing Senate Bill […]
That is the idea behind the state’s Freedom to Work program, run by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state’s Medicaid program. It allows people who receive federal disability benefits — a monthly check and health-care benefits — to start or continue work without losing those benefits.
People will soon no longer be allowed to carry parrots, squirrels, cats and ferrets into Arizona restaurants claiming they are […]
“They live longer than dogs, they can be trained to do different tasks than dogs can be trained to do, and just to answer the question that everyone has been asking in the halls, for the record, they’re fully potty trained,” she said.
I am excited to be back to work! This session I’m focusing on economic growth, job creation and education issues. […]
This week, I was named Co-Chair of the ad hoc education data system committee. I am looking forward to working […]
HB 2552, more commonly known as equine agricultural property tax classification, reclassifies land used for breeding, raising, training or keeping […]