Category Archives: Water Policy

Aguilar Interview – Podcast May 5, 2024

Campaigning For The Future You Want. Karen McClelland welcomes Ylenia Aguilar, candidate for Arizona Corporation Commission. Since becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, Aguilar has become a dynamic public servant. In addition to raising two children and working as Business Development … Continue reading

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Michaels Interview – Podcast April 7, 2024

Bringing People And Jurisdictions Together. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Donna Michaels, the incumbent who is running for re-election as Yavapai County Supervisor for District 3. Michaels is a Democrat who won office in 2020 in a district that … Continue reading

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Nez Interview – Podcast March 10, 2024

Representing Constituents. Not An Ideology. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Jonathon Nez, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. He is running against Republican Eli Crane, the extremist incumbent who doesn’t even live in the congressional district he … Continue reading

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Check Interview – Podcast March 3, 2024

A Promise To Listen And Be Available To County Residents. Co-hosts Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Nikki Check, District 3 candidate for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. She is running against incumbent Donna Michaels, a fellow Democrat. The … Continue reading

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Hill Interview – Podcast February 25, 2024

From Controlling Mars Rovers To Controlling Arizona Utilities And Corporations. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Jonathon Hill, candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission. Hill is an engineer and scientist who has worked on the Mars probe for the past … Continue reading

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Rothchild Interview – Podcast August 21, 2023

Israel’s On-going Apartheid Of Palestinians. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Alice Rothchild who just returned from Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank to help us understand the latest developments in the area. Rothchild is a retired OB-GYN turned documentary … Continue reading

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Evans Interview – Podcast June 19, 2023

Celebrating Our Second Independence Day. Karen McClelland welcomes Coral Evans, former Flagstaff Mayor, legislative candidate and current Northern Arizona Director for U.S. Senator Kelly on our newest federal holiday – Juneteenth. Evans begins by saying, “Juneteenth is a holiday I … Continue reading

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Post Interview – Podcast June 5, 2023

Arizona Legislature’s Anti-Democratic Gamesmanship. Steve and Karen welcome Dianne Post back to the show. Post is an attorney currently working with the AZ Secular Coalition. The discussion regards the unusual reconvening of the AZ legislature from vacation following its passage … Continue reading

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Riemer Interview – Podcast May 15, 2023

How Climate Change Impacts Populations In Different Ways. Karen McClelland welcomes Northern Arizona University professor, Frankie Riemer, to discuss the climate crisis and how it relates to many of the other issues we face. Riemer says, “I think that what’s … Continue reading

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Bahr Interview – Podcast February 13, 2023

Thirsty For Solutions. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Sandy Bahr back to the show. Bahr is a long-time representative of the Arizona Chapter of the Sierra Club and spends a great deal of her time lobbying the Arizona legislature … Continue reading

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