Science & Environment

Arizona Voters Know: It’s Time for Politicians to Say ‘No’ to Fossil Fuel Money

Arizonans got a taste of what pollutant free skies will look like, but the fossil fuel industry doesn’t want you to get used to it. As the Coronavirus pandemic keeps more drivers at home, beautiful, intensely clear blue skies are a temporary sign of the times in Tucson. Air pollution that causes smog is down, […]

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Anatomy of McSally’s Disingenuous Republican Spin Job

Part 1: Trump Attacks Democrats with False Information Part 2: McSally makes a rare appearance on a legitimate news show to plead for the public to unify to combat COVID-19. Part 3: Trump continues his partisan attacks on Democrats–continuing his explicitly divisive behavior. McSally ignores *Trump’s* attacks, therefore enabling Trump’s deliberate belligerence. Part 4: As

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Biodesign lab at ASU

McSally on Science

  SCIENCE / THE ENVIRONMENT *Votes on science as reported on Feb 23, 2017 town hall event* The U of A’s $600 million in research and development expenditures place it in the top 5% of American universities. The U of A is Tucson’s largest employer.   If you Google “science” and Martha McSally, you will

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