A Paid Day Off on Election Day

Congress recently introduced the “For the People Act of 2019” that would make the federal election day a paid holiday for all federal employees and encourages private employers to do the same. Several (13) U.S. States currently give state workers election day off with pay. Following Congress’ lead, the Leader…

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Arizona Drivers Rank As Some of the Worst

According to SmartAsset, Arizona drivers are among the worst drivers in the country. Is this a fair assessment? Are drivers solely to blame or do our roads and traffic conditions play a role? The website considered a total of four metrics. The looked at the percent of drivers with insurance,…

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What NOT to do After a Car Crash

There are numerous things you should do after being involved in a car crash and a few things you should not do after a crash. Most importantly, always call the police. Even if the other driver is hesitant to do so, especially if it's their fault, calling the police will…

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Major Crisis in Arizona: Pedestrian Fatalities

Arizona has earned a national reputation, and it's not a good one. In the past week, there have been ten pedestrian traffic fatalities in the Phoenix area as reported by The Arizona Republic. The fatalities continued a deadly Arizona trend noted in a national safety report released on March 1,…

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AZ Ranks Highest in Pedestrian Deaths Nationwide

The Governor's Highway Safety Association has issued their 2017 report on pedestrian deaths, and Arizona is at the top of the list. The governors’ association, which calls itself as “the states’ voice on highway safety,” found that five states — California, Texas, Florida, New York and Arizona — accounted for…

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Defective, Deadly Gun Recall

America's oldest gun manufacturer, Remington, has issued a voluntary gun recall to consumers, offering to replace millions of triggers in its most popular product—the Model 700 rifle. The company has plagued for many years with claims the gun can fire without the trigger being pulled, often with fatal results. Critics…

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