4 edition of Politics and Public Policy in Arizona found in the catalog.
October 30, 1996 by Praeger Publishers .
Written in English
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Proponents of gun control argue that tighter restrictions will reduce the number of guns on the streets and consequently decrease the amount of violent crime in the United States.
It has been vital in combating high rates of obesity, teen birth, suicide and diabetes, according to local health officials.
In addition, Dr. SGPP is one of the largest schools at the University of Arizona and is uniquely situated to serve as a model for public affairs education. Although the federal government has not substantively changed its drug policies in decades, some state and local governments are experimenting with other methods of punishing those caught breaking the law.
Hadfield engagingly documents how both law and legal practice have failed to keep up with the needs of a global economy. Steve Milloy has been working for nearly three decades to expose the use of junk science in the regulatory process. But during the s and even the s, tourism began to develop as the important Arizonan industry it is today.
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Wade, more women chose to have abortions rather than have unwanted babies, which had the additional effect of lowering the crime rate in the late s and early s, around the time these children would have been teenagers.
The discussion focused on the range opportunities and challenges in positioning the mega-region of the Sun Corridor for vibrant economic development moving forward.
Few Spanish settlers migrated to Arizona. Example: Critics contend that the mandatory minimums and harsh sentences imposed on people for possessing even small amounts of illegal substances have contributed to overcrowding in prisons.
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Students will develop a strong foundation that will inform them of their choices and encourage civic involvement. A November Public Policy Polling survey found 44% of Arizona voters supported the legalization of same-sex marriage, while 45% opposed it and 12% were not sure.
A separate question on the same survey found 72% of respondents supported legal recognition of same-sex couples, with 40% supporting same-sex marriage, 32% supporting civil unions Before statehood: Arizona Territory. foreign politics & policy Europe’s bid to stay world’s digital cop fizzles to life The EU's ambitions are grand, but matching the power of Silicon Valley, Washington and Beijing won't be easy.
This revised and updated text provides an introduction to and analysis of the political process in the state of Arizona, and the policies the process has produced.
It includes contributions on law, politics, criminal justice and sociology. Parties and politics in Arizona / Leonard Ritt --The Arizona legislature / Douglas A.
Brown --Executive organization in Arizona / Sandra L. Demoruelle and Joseph R. Thysell, Jr. --Local government in Arizona / Dan A. Cothran --The Arizona judiciary / Jona Goldschmidt --Arizona's priorities: public spending / David R.
Berman and Janalee Jordan.