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The Arizona Republic
Is Mesa anti-discrimination law dead?about adopting a non-discrimination law last spring, after a public-policy surv
Is Mesa anti-discrimination law dead?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
about adopting a non-discrimination law last spring, after a public-policy survey conducted by Arizona State University's Morrison Institute showed some of the city's minority groups faced ongoing discrimination. Kavanaugh and other community... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Our View: Arizona's water is everybody's businesssays Steven Seleznow, head of the Arizona Community Foundation. The challenge
Our View: Arizona's water is everybody's business
The Arizona Republic / Posted 11 days ago
says Steven Seleznow, head of the Arizona Community Foundation. The challenge is an initiative of the foundation, the Morrison Institute for Public Policy and Republic Media, which includes The Arizona Republic, azcentral.com and La Voz. The... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Phoenix: Least Sustainable City Or Adaptable And Resilient?States. Water and energy supplies are expected to be challenged further as clim
Phoenix: Least Sustainable City Or Adaptable And Resilient?
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 23 days ago
States. Water and energy supplies are expected to be challenged further as climate change’s impact is felt. Attorney and Morrison Institute fellow Grady Gammage believes Phoenix is adaptable and resilient. He wrote about that in his new book, The... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
My Turn: Is Phoenix too suburban to survive?practicing lawyer, a senior scholar at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute o
My Turn: Is Phoenix too suburban to survive?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 27 days ago
practicing lawyer, a senior scholar at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and a senior fellow at the Morrison Institute. His new book, "The Future of the Suburban City," has just been published by Island Press. ​ Read or... Read more

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