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Why so many firefighters die with their boots off

Lawmakers: Firefighters are exposed to dangers as great as fires, with long-term health effects that we don’t adequately address. Look around you. Everything that surrounds us, from buildings to furniture, cars to electronics, is made out of chemicals. When these materials catch fire, they emit noxious chemicals that firefighters are exposed to every day. Each

 
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Why I’m voting No on Prop 205

Why I’m voting NO on Proposition 205: (I’ve included the citations and the link to the initiative so you can see for yourself) Prop 205 PROTECTS BIG MARIJUANA: Prop 205 creates bloated government with a new Department of Marijuana with subpoena powers. See 36-2854 (C) Prop 205 creates Marijuana Cops. See 36-2854 (E) Prop 205

 
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Bill preventing child pornography, rape, and torture signed into law

“Paul Boyer is a champion for victimized and abused children. His work in shepherding the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) bill has literally rescued children from the clutches of pornographers and assisted the prosecution of offenders,” said Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. “I’m proud to work with him on safeguarding children and look forward to

 
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15,000 cases of Arizona child porn, most uninvestigated

By Paul Boyer Lawmaker: Victims are getting younger and the crimes more violent. We just need more investigators to get the bad guys. Investigators say child-pornography victims are getting younger, and the abuse is becoming more violent. In Arizona, we know of 15,000 IP addresses (the Internet Protocol labels assigned to each computer device) belonging

 
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Thank You!

Thank you. A huge thank you to all of my family and friends who helped me get across the finish line for this year’s Primary Election! It was a big win. Thank you for your help with: walking precincts and collecting signatures, making phone calls, knocking on doors, waiting outside polling locations in the heat

 
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