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Water shortages for Arizona, Nevada and California to begin in 2016 as Lake Mead reservoir plummets

3/26/2015 - If warning after warning is issued but no one listens, does that make it any less dire? That's a great question and one the nation will soon discover the answer to, if the drought situation in the West continues to worsen. For more than a year NaturalNews and other outlets have been warning of the...

The vaccine witch hunt is on: Arizona doctor under investigation for not conforming

2/24/2015 - Free speech seems to be on its deathbed in the United States of Censorship, where blind conformity is now the only accepted form of expression. One of the few brave voices of honesty and reason amidst the current measles hysteria, Dr. Jack Wolfson, is reportedly under investigation by the Arizona Board...

Arizona child protection officials kidnap 7 children then issue gag order to keep parents quiet

1/16/2015 4:55:05 PM - Two Arizona parents say state Child Protective Services officials have essentially kidnapped seven of their children after one child died mysteriously while in the care of a babysitter friend months ago, though no criminal charges have been filed and no autopsy report has been issued by the medical...

Federal judge bars AZ sheriff from enforcing immigration and identity theft laws

1/9/2015 - A federal judge has once again blocked Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio from ordering raids of employers with the aim of detaining undocumented immigrants who have used stolen identities to work, under the provisions of two state identity theft laws. U.S. District Judge David Campbell...

1872 law allows open-pit mine in Arizona; mining expected to devastate local environment and health

12/20/2014 - A 142-year-old law could pave the way for new mining operations in a region of Arizona once known to support silver and manganese extraction a century ago, despite concerns from locals and activist groups about the potential for environmental damage. As reported by High Country News, the town of...

Official: Fleas in Arizona testing positive for plague

10/13/2014 - Something has been killing off prairie dogs living in and around Doney Park in Flagstaff, Arizona, and health officials have now confirmed it to be the plague. According to reports, fleas collected from burrows around Doney are testing positive for the disease, which ravaged Europe for some 150 years...

Medical marijuana advancements: New York legalizes as California and Arizona expand

8/2/2014 - New York is now the 23rd state to legalize medical marijuana, but there is a catch - patients will not be able to smoke it. The Compassionate Care Act legalizes non-smokable forms of the herb, such as pills or vapors for patients with cancer, epilepsy, and other serious illnesses. According to USA Today,...

Judge allows Arizona boy to be treated with marijuana extract

3/28/2014 - Last Friday, an Ariz. judge made a significant decision that could potentially revolutionize the way Americans utilize medical marijuana. Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper of Maricopa County ruled in favor of allowing five-year-old Zander Welton, who was suffering from debilitating epileptic...

Bernando LaPallo of Mesa, Arizona is 112 years young and is happy and healthy too

3/14/2014 - Do you juice greens with a vegetable juicer and make smoothies with organic fruit regularly? Maybe you should. Are you 100 years young and happy, and in your kitchen bouncing around, making your own food and still promoting your way of life? You could be. What is the secret to longevity? Where is...

Parents sue Arizona for right to use medical marijuana that relieved child's seizures and autism symptoms

11/10/2013 - Protecting your children from harsh medical treatments, such as chemotherapy, and having them healed with alternative means is often considered child abuse by Child Protective Services and the Medical Mafia. Even in a state that now allows medical marijuana use, if your child is being healed with cannabis,...

Death of 19 firefighters in Arizona begs the question: Why do we keep putting out forest fires in the first place?

7/1/2013 - Long before humans ever arrived on the scene, forest fires burned themselves out naturally. The forests re-grew and the cycle repeated: fire and rebirth, fire and rebirth. Over and over again for millions of years. This was never a problem until humans came along and decided to build expensive homes...

Arizona proof-of-citizenship law for voters thrown out by US Supreme Court

6/21/2013 - The destruction of the America our founding fathers fought and died to create is now nearly complete as yet another U.S. Supreme Court decision turns a fundamental right of citizens on its head - the key word being citizen. In an unbelievable 7-2 ruling that included Justice Antonin Scalia, who has...

Supreme Court ruling: You need ID to buy beer, but not to register to vote

6/17/2013 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that Arizona's state law requiring potential voters to show proof of citizenship while registering to vote is illegal. The court ruled that Arizona, like every other state, cannot add ID requirements to the federal voter registration form which simply asks the person...

Arizona inmates treated worse than animals

4/19/2012 - Most people have probably heard about Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. He's the Arizona lawman who's become famous for things like making his prisoners wear pink outer- and underwear, sleep in tents and pedal bicycles to generate enough power to watch TV. Some would call that justified, given...

Proposed Arizona law would censor the internet

4/14/2012 - As hard as it is to believe, the state of Arizona could find itself in similar company with communist and hardline countries like China and Syria, if a new piece of legislation recently passed by the state Legislature is ever signed into law by Republican Gov. Jan Brewer. According to reports, Arizona...

Arizona city to fingerprint pharmacy customers

2/3/2011 - Some residents of Peoria, Ariz., may soon have to get fingerprinted before picking up their medications at the pharmacy. The Phoenix suburb is considering passing an ordinance that would require users of highly-abused drugs like OxyContin and Percocet to not only get fingerprinted, but also to be videotaped...

Arizona voters approve medical marijuana

11/17/2010 - Arizona voters recently passed Proposition 203, a measure that legalizes marijuana use in the state for medicinal purposes. The passage of the new law makes Arizona the 15th U.S. state to approve marijuana as a legal treatment for chronic and debilitating illness. Passed by a slim margin of just...

Arizona Indian tribe wins genetic piracy case against university scientists

9/9/2010 - Arizona State University (ASU) has agreed to pay $700,000 to settle a lawsuit by an indigenous tribe claiming that the university misused its members' genetic material. The settlement "is far more than dismissing a lawsuit," said Bernadine Jones, chair of Arizona's Havasupai tribe. "The settlement...

Interview With Dr. Wayne Coates: Chia Seeds (Part 2)

4/20/2008 - The following is part two of an interview with Dr. Wayne Coates, who is perhaps the world's foremost educator on chia seeds. Dr. Coates was among the first to grow chia seeds experimentally and later for commercial purposes. An expert in the field of new crops such as chia and jojoba, his career as...

Interview with Dr. Wayne Coates: Chia Seeds (Part 1)

3/4/2008 - The following is part one of an interview with Dr. Wayne Coates, who is perhaps the world's foremost educator on chia seeds. Dr. Coates was among the first to grow chia seeds experimentally and later for commercial purposes. An expert in the field of new crops such as chia and jojoba, his career as...

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