The Biden/Harris Administration Actually Delivers on Infrastructure Week after Week

Remember when the term ‘Infrastructure Week’ was a joke during the Trump/Pence years because the supposed ‘Great Builder’ could not get a Congress under his party’s control to pass an Infrastructure Law. They were more concerned with passing tax cuts for the rich, attempting to take away health care from millions, and confirming Supreme Court … Read more

The Clean Energy Future Has Arrived at the Isaac School District in Phoenix with Biden/Harris Funding of New Electric Powered School Buses

The Isaac Elementary School District in Phoenix has taken another step in advancing the drive to sustainability and clean energy by receiving an Environmental Protection Agency Clean Bus Grant for $18 million to “replace six fossil fuel buses with six electric powered ones along with charging infrastructure.” Isaac had recently celebrated receipt of another federal … Read more

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Helps Kick Off Heat Awareness Week

At an event at the Burton Barr Central Public Library in Phoenix, Mayor Kate Gallego, along with the city’s Director of Office of Heat Response and Mitigation, David Hondula, and Councilman Carlos Galindo-Elvira, delivered remarks in the kick-off to Heat Awareness Week. In her recent State of the City address, the Mayor had cited the … Read more

Governor Hobbs is Building a Twenty-First Century Workforce for AZ

At events not widely reported last month, Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs took several steps to assist post-secondary education programs that could result in growing the vocational fields needed to move Arizona society forward this century. These steps, planted by the Governor’s education vision, may lead to a modern career pathways education program and an economically … Read more

Tucson City Council appoints Karin Uhlich to vacant Ward 6 Council seat

I first reported on this when our Ward 6 Councilman Steve Kozachik suddenly stepped down in March: Read Tucson Ward 6 Councilman Steve Kozachik resigns, effective March 31, 2024 now from Blog for Arizona for Politics from a Liberal Viewpoint Then I reported on the 12 applicants who applied for the appointment to this seat: … Read more