Immigration Today: How the Laws are Changing and Why

For more than a decade, United States immigration policy has been at the forefront of a fierce legislation battle. While both sides of the political aisle have traditionally focused immigration enforcement rather than immigration reform, years of inflated enforcement spending with few results to show for it have led public opinion to shift in favor of more effective alternatives.… [Read more]

4 Crazy Motorist Laws You Don’t Know About

The city of Phoenix only gets about eight inches of rainfall per year, so storm sewers were never included in city plans when pavement was laid for streets years ago. Low annual rainfall also means drivers don’t get much practice navigating wet roads.

This combination of factors did not convince the Arizona legislature to build a sewer system.… [Read more]