SEE: Six Options at the End of Life with Dwight Moore, Ph.D.

Dwight Moore, Ph.D., spoke at the August 31, 2020, meeting of Democrats of Greater Tucson.Dr. Dwight Moore is the Chair of the Education Committee or Arizona End of Life Options, (, a non-profit that is working to pass legislation here in Arizona for eligible patients to die with dignity. Dr. Moore will review the six choices we have at the end of life. He will tell a story of a dignified death (medical aid in dying). Dwight Moore, Ph.D., of Arizona End of Life Options The proposed legislation is modeled after time-tested laws already in effect [...]

By |2020-09-01T09:16:18-07:00September 1st, 2020|Arizona, Healthcare, Webinar|

WATCH: Progressive Pam Powers Hannley Hits the Hot Issues

Pamela Powers Hannley, State Rep. for LD9, presented a comprehensive, bright progressive future for Arizona at the Democrats of Greater Tucson meeting on Aug. 24, 2020. Powers Hannley was elected to the Arizona House to serve Legislative District 9 in 2016, and she is running for her third term. Among many topics, Rep. Hannley discussed: Economic and public health challenges facing the Legislature in January 2021; Envisioning a more just post-COVID19 world; and Why Arizona and the US need a Blue Wave in November 2020 to have any chance of building a more just world. As a member [...]

Preparing for a Post-COVID New World Order in Pima County

I would argue that Pima Community College could and should play a key role. History is riddled with periods of war, famine, natural disasters, plague, and pestilence that swept nations, only to simmer and die with varying degrees of death and destruction.  Today, in addition to being at the precipice of the most emotionally laden Presidential election of our lives, we are in the midst of a historic period of a global pandemic and social upheaval, indeed by any measure, of biblical proportions. There will be more death. There will be more destruction—social, cultural, economic, and political.  It will end.  [...]

WATCH Tucson Mayor Regina Romero at DGT Online, July 20

Mayor Romero will discuss Mayor Romero discussed: ● Local COVID-19 Response ● Her First Six Months in Office She is the first woman and first Latina Mayor of Tucson, as well as the only Latina Mayor in the 50 largest U.S. cities. She joined Arizona mayors to demand that Governor Ducey take statewide action to combat COVID-19.

Biden Praises and Encourages Arizonans

 Joe Biden strikes a compassionate tone with the viewers counseling them on the simple things that will help keep them and their loved ones safe like “washing their hands, wearing masks, stay at home, and socially distance  when you go out.”The 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee concludes with “If you’re worried about how you’re gonna get through the day, I will not abandon you. We’re all in this together. We’ll fight this together and together we’ll emerge from this stronger than before where we began.”

By |2020-07-20T15:03:05-07:00July 19th, 2020|Elections, Healthcare, Joe Biden|

Video: On Covid-19, Trump Tells Us to ‘Live With It’

The Lincoln Project digital ad condemns Donald Trump for not taking the Coronavirus seriously after experts spent a day attempting to convince him of the potential severity of the Pandemic. The narrator goes on that Trump, instead of spending time listening to briefings on the virus: Tweeted. Day dreamed about rallies. Played golf. Ordered fewer tests. The narrator then rightly blames Trump for the more than 130,000 COVID 19 related deaths in the country, three million Americans sick with the Coronavirus, thousands of new infections every day, tens of millions out of a job, and the country cut [...]

By |2020-07-13T17:26:03-07:00July 13th, 2020|Healthcare, President|

Video: Trump is ‘like a child,’ Biden blasts Covid-19 response

“[Trump’s] like a child who can’t believe this has happened to him — all his whining and self-pity,” Joe Biden said during a speech in Lancaster, Pa. “Well, this pandemic didn’t happen to him. It happened to all of us. And his job isn’t to whine about it. His job is to do something about it, to lead.” During the speech in a recreation center gym, Biden called on the Trump administration to stop its ongoing lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act, warning that it could lead to millions of Americans losing coverage. “Testing unequivocally saves lives,” Biden said, [...]

By |2020-06-26T08:25:36-07:00June 26th, 2020|Healthcare|

Fox News poll: Biden Has 12-Point lead over Trump amid protests

The poll found 50 percent of respondents would vote for Biden, compared to 38 for Trump. For details go here. President Donald Trump is trailing his Democratic rival Joe Biden by the widest margin this year, according to a Fox News poll released Thursday. The poll, conducted from June 13 to 16, found 50 percent of respondents would vote for Biden, compared to 38 for Trump. That's a sharp change from last month's poll, which found 48 percent backing Biden and 40 percent backing Trump. The poll was conducted amid weeks of protests over race and police brutality, a period where Trump [...]

By |2020-06-21T16:10:14-07:00June 21st, 2020|Elections, Healthcare, President|

Trump Begs “Slow The Testing Down, Please”

American Bridge launched a new five-figure digital ad in swing states highlighting President Trump’s boast from the failed Tulsa rally that he ordered coronavirus testing slowed in order to prevent an increase in cases. “Tonight, Donald Trump said the quiet part out loud. He rolled the dice on our health with deadly consequences, and we will make sure voters know we cannot afford four more years of his disastrous policies and failed leadership,” said Kyle Morse, an American Bridge Spokesperson.

By |2020-06-24T10:41:24-07:00June 21st, 2020|Healthcare, President|

By ‘Opening Up for Business,’ Arizona COVID19 Cases Skyrocket

Arizona Representative Pamela Powers Hannley Inhabitants of Earth are nearly six months into the most disruptive year of our lives, thanks to the novel Coronavirus. The United States was slow to react to the pandemic that had already spread across Asia and Europe and killed thousands. Early denial by leaders in multiple countries-- like the US, Brazil, Russia, India, and the UK-- has proven deadly for the general population. As of today, June 14, 2020, there have been 7,767,336 cases and 429,555 deaths worldwide. Although the US has 4.25% of the world's population, we have close to 30% of the [...]

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