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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TRADITIONAL SCHOOL “SYSTEM” CAN’T MEET CHILDREN’S UNIQUE NEEDSPosted on February 21, 2014 | Type: Press Release
In A Vision for Education and the Future of Learning, Goldwater Institute education director Jonathan Butcher argues that traditional classrooms cannot equip every child for whatever their unique future holds, whether its college or entering the job market, and school as we know it is a leading cause of the problem.
MEDIA ADVISORY: GOLDWATER INSTITUTE ASKS JUDGE TO BLOCK NEW PHOENIX RELEASE TIME PROVISIONS SET TO TAKE EFFECT MONDAYPosted on February 21, 2014 | Type: Press Release
The Goldwater Institute today filed a motion for temporary restraining order to bar a controversial part of the release-time agreement approved by the Phoenix City Council yesterday by a 6-3 vote that is set to go into effect on Monday.
MEDIA ADVISORY: STATE LAWMAKERS TO GREEN-LIGHT BILL THURSDAY GIVING DYING PATIENTS ACCESS TO EXPERIMENTAL DRUGSPosted on February 18, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Arizona legislators are poised to green-light legislation in committee Thursday that would pave the way for terminally ill patients to access experimental drugs not yet cleared for market. Known as the "Right to Try" Act, similar bills are currently being considered by lawmakers in Colorado, Louisiana and Missouri, and legislators in California and Massachusetts have expressed interest.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LAWSUIT AIMS TO STOP UNCONSTITUTIONAL BID PREFERENCE POLICIESPosted on February 10, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Bid preference policies cost taxpayers more, enable politicians to play favorites with government dollars
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: STATE LAWMAKERS IN SEVERAL STATES CRACKING DOWN ON CRIMINAL OBAMACARE NAVIGATORSPosted on February 05, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Amidst reports that currently employed Obamacare navigators in multiple states (including California and New Mexico) have criminal rap sheets, lawmakers elsewhere have taken steps to crack down on would-be criminals working as navigators in their states. While the federal government and other implementers of Obamacare have shown no qualms about allowing convicted criminals to handle Americans’ private and sensitive information as navigators in both state and federal exchanges, state lawmakers in Virginia, Colorado and Arizona have responded contrastingly: Enough is enough.