Today, the private school tax credit has ballooned to $2,213 for married couples and $1,107 for people filing individually. In comparison, the public school tax credit has been largely unchanged since 1997. Married couples can now donate up to $400 through the program. Individuals can give $200.
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Several Flagstaff neighborhoods have been told to be prepared to evacuate as a fire burning in the San Francisco Peaks north of the city continues to grow. The Museum Fire has burned 1,000 acres one mile north of Flagstaff but no evacuations have been ordered yet.
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Boas: Should AZ Legalize Marijuana Before It Gets To Ballot?
Arizona could be in the next group of states to have voters approve the legal use of recreational marijuana. That got columnist Bob Robb thinking about the drug’s potency.
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BBC Look-Ahead: UK To Get New Prime Minister This Week
A hugely significant decision is coming tomorrow for the UK, as Britain will be getting a new leader.
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New Buddhist Temple Planned Near Grand Canyon
Northern Arizona will soon be home to a new Buddhist temple, and leaders are hoping its proximity to the Grand Canyon, in Williams, will help attract visitors.
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Arizona School Districts Cant Find Enough Bus Drivers
Bus driver shortages in Arizona districts are not a new problem, but in recent years the situation has become more dire.
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Groundwater Study Calls Deeper Wells Unsustainable
About 120 million Americans draw their drinking water from wells, and groundwater provides nearly half of all irrigation in the U.S. Today, with aquifers draining faster than nature can refill them, a new study says deeper wells are not the answer.
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As Manhattan DA, Morgenthau Pursued Drug Dealers And Crooked Banks Alike
Robert Morgenthau, the patrician lawman who a former aide said spent four decades "making mischief for people who engaged in bad conduct," died Sunday at age 99.
Thousands In Puerto Rico Seek To Oust Rosselló In Massive 'Ricky Renuncia' March
Hundreds of leaked chat messages showed Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and his allies insulting women, gay people and even mocking victims of Hurricane Maria.
The nation's intelligence agencies have designated one person to be in charge of coordinating the government's efforts to identify threats to U.S. elections.
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Venezuelan Officers Who Fled To Colombia Are 'Adrift' As Maduro Holds Onto Power
More than 1,400 members of Venezuelan security forces crossed the border hoping to one day return. Some say they're losing steam as efforts to depose the administration have fizzled.