SAS® Analytics U aims to close analytics skills gap – SAS will further extend its reach beyond traditional university settings using online and massive open online courses (MOOCs)

March 31, 2014 by

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SAS® Analytics U aims to close analytics skills gap

Big data has created an unprecedented demand for analytics talent that outpaces qualified applicants. To help fill the skills gap, SAS is launching SAS® Analytics U, a broad higher education initiative that includes free SAS software, university partnerships and engaging user communities that support the next generation of SAS users. New, no-cost software offerings will allow students, professors and learners of all ages to access and deploy SAS software more easily and faster than ever.

“Big data is transforming how we work, which creates new opportunities for how we teach,” said SAS CEO Jim Goodnight. “Jobs requiring analytic skills are in high demand, but right now there isn’t enough talent to fill those jobs. SAS Analytics U addresses that gap by making it easier to access free SAS software so anyone can become an analytic expert.”

Free SAS software puts analytics within easy reach

The new SAS University Edition will offer free use of SAS foundational technologies, ideal for data and statistical analysis in teaching, research and self-paced learning. Available via quick download from the web, SAS University Edition will be offered worldwide beginning in May for use on PCs or Macs.

The already established SAS OnDemand for Academics will be easier to access than ever before beginning this summer, as users will no longer need to be associated with a specific course or professor. Beginning in late July, anyone can use the no-cost, online, hosted service for teaching and academic research, which includes many additional SAS applications including SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Enterprise Miner™.

Both offerings will be available to learners in and out of a higher education setting. Both will include access to SAS Studio, SAS’ newest web-based tool for writing and running SAS code. Students can upload their own data sets or program files or practice with data sets from SAS Certification courses as they pursue that valuable accreditation.

New degrees and courses expand opportunities for lucrative careers

Since 2006, when SAS and North Carolina State University launched the first analytics master’s degree, the demand for graduates with big data skills has increased dramatically.

Also supported by SAS, Kennesaw State University’s Department of Statistics and Analytical Sciences has produced 100 master’s graduates and awarded 75 SAS data analysis certificates since 2008. Major Atlanta-area organizations, including Delta Airlines, Centers for Disease Control, Coca-Cola, AT&T, Equifax and KPMG work with KSU to help graduates apply analytics to current, real-world challenges.

A 2011 McKinsey Global Institute study forecast a 50 percent to 60 percent gap between supply and demand for people with deep analytical talent and the ability to analyze large data sets. Employers, such as SourceHOV, understand the importance of finding scarce talent.

“We are swamped with data. Without the analytics talent to make sense of it, we would be at a competitive disadvantage,” said Mark Pitts, Senior Vice President of Analytics at SourceHOV. “Graduates with analytics skills, such as those offered through SAS Analytics U, can write their own ticket.”

SAS will further extend its reach beyond traditional university settings using online and massive open online courses (MOOCs). Future SAS MOOCs will allow anyone to learn SAS programming to prepare for SAS certification, increase their marketability and enhance skills.

Working professionals and non-traditional students can gain SAS skills through the company’s collaborations with online universities including Capella University and Athabasca University.

SAS will also continue to partner with Teradata University Network, which gives more than 4,000 professors and 50,000 students access to SAS Visual Analytics, SAS’ popular data visualization software.

SAS is aggressively pursuing and expanding degree programs at Texas A&M University, Louisiana State University, University of South Carolina, National University, Northwestern University and many others. SAS has partnered with colleges to create more than 50 certificate programs around the world.

Online connections support next-generation SAS users

Active user communities are vital elements of SAS Analytics U. The company has launched professor and student communities rich with resources and data sets to teach and learn SAS. Participants share best practices, lesson plans, projects and peer support.

Also, a SAS Analytics U Facebook page and YouTube channel just launched, with more social media channels to come. SAS Days at campuses around the country will bring together speakers from SAS, academia and industry to share how SAS skills are put into practice after graduation.

Today’s announcement was made at SAS Global Forum, the world’s largest gathering of SAS users, attended by more than 4,500 business and IT users of SAS software and solutions. Select sessions and keynotes from the user conference will be livestreamed.

About SAS

SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. Through innovative solutions, SAS helps customers at more than 70,000 sites improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster. Since 1976 SAS has been giving customers around the world THE POWER TO KNOW®.

SAS and all other SAS Institute Inc. product or service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. ® indicates USA registration. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Copyright © 2014 SAS Institute Inc. All rights reserved.

 

 

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The stabilization of climate with SRM for a period of longer than two decades could lead to a scenario wherein SRM must be maintained for millennia else risking a large and uncertain level of rapid global warming

February 19, 2014 by

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The stabilization of climate with SRM for a period of longer than two decades could lead to a scenario wherein SRM must be maintained for millennia else risking a large and uncertain level of rapid global warming

SRM = Solar Radiation Management = Geoengineering = Chemtrails

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3. Sensitivity to termination year, emissions, and
climate sensitivity
Current best estimates of climate sensitivity constrain its value
to likely be between 2 and 4.5 C and very likely exceed
1.5 C (Meehl et al 2007). We thus consider here a climate
sensitivity range of 1.5–10 C (see supplementary materials
for more details available at stacks.iop.org/ERL/9/024005/m
media), and further explore a variety of plausible background
GHG emissions scenarios and SRM termination years. We
employ a simplified, one-dimensional, climate model that has
an upwelling-diffusion ocean and energy balance atmosphere
with adjustable climate sensitivity (UD-EBM; from Baker and
Roe (2009), similar in form to that in Hoffert et al (1980)).
When tuned to capture the annual and global mean response
of CCSM4—including its equilibrium climate sensitivity of
3.2 C and transient climate response of 1.7 C (Bitz et al
2012)—the UD-EBM successfully reproduces CCSM4’s SAT
trends following SRM cessation (black symbols in figure 5).
The background radiative forcing (RF) within the UD-
EBM is prescribed to follow RCP8.5 (Riahi et al 2007)
and RCP2.6 (van Vuuren et al 2007) emissions scenarios,
representing ‘business-as-usual’ emissions and strong GHG
mitigation, respectively. SRM is simulated by maintaining RF
at year 2000 levels until the time of abrupt SRM termination,
at which point the RF is set to that of the background GHG
emissions scenario until year 2100. Each of these simulations
is performed for the range of climate sensitivities described
above and for a variety of shutoff years.
We first consider the case in which climate sensitivity
is set to that of CCSM4 and SRM is employed to mask the
business-as-usual emissions scenario (RCP8.5, as was used in
the CCSM4 experiments in figures and 2). When SRM is
terminated following a 20-year implementation period (year
2020 in figure 4; blue curve), RF abruptly increases by about
1Wm2, producing a small spike in the rate of temperature
change that quickly decays to the rate of the background
RCP8.5 scenario. The 20-year temperature trends following
SRM cessation are 0.2–0.6 C/decade for the range of climate
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Figure 4. (a) Evolution of the net radiative forcing (RF) due to GHGs and SRM, (b) temperature response (4T), and (c) rate of temperature
change (d4T/dt) with climate sensitivity set to 3.2 C, that of CCSM4. The business-as-usual emissions scenario (RCP8.5) and
low-emissions scenario (RCP2.6) are shown in thick, lightly shaded curves (light pink and gray, respectively). SRM termination following
20 years and 80 years of implementation are shown in thinner, dark curves (blue and green for RCP8.5 and RCP2.6 background emissions,
respectively). Figure S9 (available at stacks.iop.org/ERL/9/024005/mmedia) displays these results for the ‘very likely’ range of climate
sensitivities defined in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Report 4 (AR4).
sensitivities (figure 5), comparable to those trends that occur
under the RCP8.5 scenario without any SRM.
In contrast, when SRM is implemented for a period of
80 years before cessation, there is an abrupt RF increase
of over 5 W m2 (year 2080 in figure 4(a); blue curve) due
to the loss of the large SRM RF that was required to mask
the ongoing accumulation of GHGs in the atmosphere. This
spike in RF produces a rapid and substantial increase in global
averaged temperature: almost 9 C/decade in the first few
years for CCSM4’s climate sensitivity (figure 4(c)), and up to
10 C/decade for high climate sensitivities (figure S9 available
at stacks.iop.org/ERL/9/024005/mmedia). Sensitivity of ini-
tial rates of change are consistent with previous evaluations of
SRM termination with multiple climate sensitivities and/or ter-
mination year (Matthewset al2007, Ross and Matthews 2009).
Twenty-year trends over the range of climate sensitivities are
0.6–2 C/decade (figure 5). Thus, under business-as-usual
future GHG emissions, the stabilization of climate with SRM
for a period of longer than about two decades would create
the potential for sustained high rates of warming upon SRM
cessation, even if climate sensitivity were near the lower end
of its estimated range (figure 5).
We next consider the case where SRM is employed
along with concurrent aggressive GHG mitigation measures,
as represented by the low-emissions RCP2.6 scenario wherein
anthropogenic RF is about 2.6Wm2 above preindustrial in
2100 (Moss et al 2010). Due to the limited accumulation of
GHGs in the atmosphere, the SRM RF required to stabilize
climate is relatively small (compared to the RCP8.5 case),
and thus SRM termination results in an abrupt RF increase of
less than about 2 W m2 regardless of its timing (figure 4(a);
green curves). Following SRM cessation, there are high rates
of temperature change in the first few years (figure 4(c); green
curves), but 20-year temperature trends remain below about
0.4 C/decade—comparable to those trends that occur under
the RCP2.6 scenario without any SRM—over the full range of
climate sensitivity and timing of SRM termination (figure 5).
Within each of the above scenarios, the initial rate of
temperature change following SRM cessation depends on
climate sensitivity only nominally (see supplementary note
and figure S10 available at stacks.iop.org/ERL/9/024005/mm
edia). Climate sensitivity does become an important factor in
setting longer-term temperature trends, particularly under a
large RF increase (compare 20-year trends in figure with 5-
year trends in figure S10 available at stacks.iop.org/ERL/9/024
005/mmedia). However, figure (and figure S10 available at st
acks.iop.org/ERL/9/024005/mmedia) shows that the principal
control on the rate of temperature change following SRM
cessation is the size of the abrupt RF increase, which, in turn, is
determined jointly by the background GHG emissions scenario
and the duration of time that SRM has been deployed.
Critically then, even for the lowest plausible values
of climate sensitivity, decadal temperature trends would be
extremely large (double that of the largest 20-year historical
trend in CCSM4; horizontal black line in figure 5) in the event
of a late 21st century SRM termination under high (RCP8.5)
future emissions (figure 5; blue asterisks); conversely, even
for the highest plausible values of climate sensitivity, decadal
temperature trends would remain relatively small in the event
of SRM cessation at any point in the 21st century, under low
(RCP2.6) future emissions (figure 5; green asterisks). Thus, the
only way to avoid creating the risk of substantial temperature
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Figure 5. Twenty-year temperature trend following SRM
termination — after 20, 50, and 80 years (boxed numbers) of
implementation — as a function of climate sensitivity for the
RCP8.5 (blue asterisks) and RCP2.6 (green asterisks) background
emissions scenarios and the maximum RCP8.5 (blue squares) and
RCP2.6 (green squares) 20-year trends. Background shading
indicates the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Assessment Report 4 (AR4) likelihood ranges for climate sensitivity
(‘likely’ has a >66% probability, and ‘very likely’ has a >90%
probability; Hegerl et al 2007). The vertical black line is CCSM4’s
climate sensitivity (3.2 C), the horizontal black line is the
maximum global mean, annual mean 20-year trend sampled from
the CCSM4 Historical simulations, the black triangle shows the
CCSM4 20-year global mean, annual mean trend following SRM
cessation (1.16 C/decade), and the black circle shows the 20-year
UD-EBM trend for SRM termination after 65 years of balanced RF
(1.0 C/decade), when the RF jump is roughly equivalent to that
estimated in CCSM4 (about 4–5W m 2).
trends through SRM is concurrent strong reductions of GHG
emissions.
While we have considered here only SRM cessation
scenarios within the 21st century, these findings have long-
term implications as well. If SRM was used to stabilize global
climate under high future GHG emissions, it would need to be
maintained on timescales determined by the turnover time of
GHGs in the atmosphere, which in the case of carbon dioxide
is multiple millennia (Archer 2005). Indeed, the stabilization
of global temperature with SRM would also preclude further
observations of the climate response to the ongoing GHG
emissions (Matthews et al 2007), on which many estimates of
global climate sensitivity are based. Thus, the large-scale use
of SRM to mask business-as-usual GHG emissions could lead
to a scenario wherein SRM must be maintained for millennia,
else risking a large and uncertain level of rapid global warming
upon any unanticipated cessation.
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Harry Reid Dean Heller Mark Amodei Brian Sandoval Civil Rights Violations Visual Evidence documented Reno, Nevada occurring at 2013-12-14

February 17, 2014 by

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One of many http://www.skyderalert.com/ petitions, but Nevada’s Dean Heller recently made geoEngineering News.

http://backend.skyderalert.com/petition/pdf/44146

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2013-12-14

U.S. Senator Harry Reid

U.S. Senator Dean Heller

U.S. Representative Mark Amodei

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval

Subject: Civil Rights Violations Visual Evidence documented Reno, Nevada occurring at 2013-12-14 11:52:26

Dear Government Leaders:

GeoEngineering causes Climate Change–During your next visit to Nevada, Please Look Up… and ask yourself if the clouds you see are natural or artificial. You are probably looking at “aircraft-induced cloudiness” caused by persistent contrails, most likely intentionally created by GeoEngineering, for SRM (Solar Radiation Management).Scientific literature confirms that “normal” contrails are created when jet aircraft pass through the moist and cold atmosphere, but some Americans refer to these peculiar persistent condensation trails as “Chemtrails” and believe their chemical content will adversely affects human health, drinking water, crops and animals when the residues sprayed from the aircraft falls to earth.I do not consent to these activities and want to clearly voice my objection to these conditions, ask you to investigate what has been happening, let me know what you learn,and fight on my behalf to end this program immediately.

GeoEngineers openly state that SRM and aerosol spray programs including US patent US5003186 is created expressly to block the sun by adding aluminum oxide and other reflective particles to the atmosphere through the use of aviation aerosol spray techniques – John P Holdren, President Obama’s science czar has announced his support for GeoEngineering. We rely on the government to ensure the cleanliness of our air, water and soil, and to regulate and prevent any intentional dumping of toxic chemicals or harmful particulates into our atmosphere for any reason. Petition to end GeoEngineering, weather modification, SRM and stratospheric aerosol spray programs IMMEDIATELY.Pursuant to the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, I wish to petition my government for redress of grievances.Those who operate or direct operation of aircraft that intentionally emit aerosol spray, or directly inject particulate matter into the airspace above my community are intentionally creating persistent cloudiness and atmospheric toxification of our air, soil and water. They are also blocking the Earth and its people from natural sunlight by clouding the atmosphere, while creating conditions that endanger our health, economic prospects, and a right to live under an unaltered natural sky.I fear such persistent contrails are altering the climate intentionally, posing a health hazard for all living things by exposure to the particulates and chemicals intentionally added. The use of these compounds contaminates our drinking water, soil, and the very air that we breathe. I believe the aviation practices responsible for such persistent contrails and aviation-induced cloudiness violate the local, state, regional, and national laws and regulations where I live and violate my inalienable rights, “that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”.Further, to the extent that any flights by aircraft engaged in the above mentioned programs and practices in skies above my community and elsewhere are undertaken by persons and entities not governed by the country wherein I reside, such flights are in violation of the United Nations Charter, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Montreal Protocol and other international laws, as they reduce the capacity of the atmosphere to provide conditions for continued life.Experimentation with and/or implementation of GeoEngineering, SRM (Solar Radiation Management), weather modification, climate manipulation, stratospheric aerosol spray programs, and/or intentional creation of persistent contrails along with the cloudiness they create must stop immediately. I hereby petition you to use all the authority at your disposal to bring about an end to the aforementioned activities, and to ask all knowledgeable governments, individuals and/or entities involved in the foregoing practices to comprehensively explain to the public what has happened to our clear blue sky.I do sign this petition and request that you take these actions swiftly and with full force to the maximum extent of your authority and frequently report to me and to other petitioners by any appropriate public means as to any progress achieved to end persistent contrails and aviation-induced cloudiness.This petition is signed and submitted electronically in accordance with the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.

Jonathan Gould Nevada 89502 2013-12-14

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“Even U.S. Senator Dean Heller admits that Geo-Engineering is real, as recently as LAST MONTH! They truly are spraying chemicals into the air, into the atmosphere! The question is now: What is in the spray EXACTLY and how much of it winds up in our bodies? In our water? Please disseminate for maximum healing potential.

READ EXACTLY WHAT HE SAID AGAIN: “Currently, the Environmental Protection Agency can only call for safety testing after evidence surfaces demonstrating a chemical is dangerous.” The evidence is surfacing! Let’s do more extensive testing! Then once we have our testing, let’s campaign on them HARD!”

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“The Safe Chemicals Act, which he first introduced in 2005 to replace the outdated Toxic Substance Control Act of 1976, never made it far — a likely result of intense industry lobbying.”

Chemical Industry Uses Wallet To Block Tighter Regulations, Environmental Advocates Say

Posted: 10/25/2012

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/25/chemical-industry-campaign-contributions-environmental-regulations_n_2017412.html

S.696 — Safe Chemicals Act of 2013 (Introduced in Senate – IS)

Bill Summary & Status
113th Congress (2013 – 2014)
S.696

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“Geoengineering And The Collapse Of Earth 2014 – THIS MUST BE SHARED!”

Published on Feb 5, 2014

This is one of those videos that is a shock to the system. Hats off to Dane Wigington for the amazing presentation.

These guys know what they are talking about:

Dane Wigington presents hard data which reveals what these catastrophic programs have done to our planet to date and what they will do if they are allowed to continue.

Please take the time to watch this video, follow up with some investigation of your own on our site — and share this information far and wide.

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Convio Advocacy Legislative Data – Individual Legislator Contactability Index

February 14, 2014 by

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For the record, I don’t wear a mask. But, recently, I’ve met some who do and consider them friends. I have great admiration for these youth. Mostly they are libertarians, I gather. If they want to wear masks, I say, “Let them!” — Rose

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Individual Legislator Contactability Listing for Arizona

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Bruce Wheeler AZ state representative – District 10 YES NO YES

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Contactability Legislator Name Legislative Office via E-mail? via Webform? via Fax?

Sylvia Allen AZ county official – Navajo county NO NO YES
Preston Allred AZ county official – Graham county YES NO YES
Hildy Angius AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO YES
Elizabeth Archuleta AZ county official – Coconino county YES NO YES
Joseph Arpaio AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Larry Avila AZ county official – Greenlee county NO NO YES
Art Babbott AZ county official – Coconino county NO NO YES
Paul Babeu AZ county official – Pinal county YES NO YES
Denny Barney AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Phil Bourdon AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Robin Brigode AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Sharon Bronson AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Joy Brotherton AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO NO
Craig Brown AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Patrick Call AZ county official – Cochise county YES NO YES
Ron Campbell AZ county official – Greenlee county YES NO YES
Raymond Carroll AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Cheryl Chase AZ county official – Pinal county YES NO YES
Steve Chucri AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
King Clapperton AZ county official – La Paz county YES NO YES
Kelly Clark AZ county official – Navajo county YES NO YES
Russ Clark AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
Terry Cooper AZ county official – Graham county YES NO YES
Robert Corbell AZ county official – Greenlee county NO NO YES
Mark Dannels AZ county official – Cochise county YES NO YES
Chip Davis AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Joseph Dedman AZ county official – Apache county YES NO YES
Clarence Dupnik AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Richard Elias AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Ann English AZ county official – Cochise county YES NO YES
Tony Estrada AZ county official – Santa Cruz county YES NO YES
Gregory Ferguson AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
Lena Fowler AZ county official – Coconino county YES NO YES
Deborah Gale AZ county official – Greenlee county YES NO YES
David Gomez AZ county official – Greenlee county YES NO YES
Donna Hale AZ county official – La Paz county YES NO NO
Mike Hendrix AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO YES
Clint Hickman AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Todd House AZ county official – Pinal county NO NO NO
C.H. Huckelberry AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Holly Irwin AZ county official – La Paz county YES NO YES
Drew John AZ county official – Graham county YES NO YES
Buster Johnson AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO YES
Andrew Kunasek AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Tom Manos AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
John Marcanti AZ county official – Gila county YES NO YES
Tommie Martin AZ county official – Gila county YES NO YES
Scott Mascher AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
John Maynard AZ county official – Santa Cruz county YES NO YES
Fran McCarroll AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Russell McCloud AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
Don McDaniel AZ county official – Gila county NO NO YES
Mandy Metzger AZ county official – Coconino county YES NO YES
Ally Miller AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Stephen Miller AZ county official – Pinal county YES NO YES
Rudy Molera AZ county official – Santa Cruz county YES NO YES
Steven Moss AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO NO
Jonathan Nez AZ county official – Navajo county YES NO YES
Michael Ortega AZ county official – Cochise county YES NO YES
Jim Palmer AZ county official – Graham county YES NO YES
Michael Pastor AZ county official – Gila county YES NO YES
Robert Pickels AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
William Pribil AZ county official – Coconino county YES NO YES
Marco Reyes AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
Pete Rios AZ county official – Pinal county YES NO YES
Carlos Rivera AZ county official – Santa Cruz county YES NO NO
Manuel Ruiz AZ county official – Santa Cruz county YES NO YES
Matt Ryan AZ county official – Coconino county YES NO YES
Richard Searle AZ county official – Cochise county YES NO YES
Cynthia Seelhammer AZ county official – Coconino county NO NO YES
Thomas Sheahan AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO YES
Adam Shepherd AZ county official – Gila county NO NO YES
Joe Shirley AZ county official – Apache county NO NO YES
Rowle Simmons AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Anthony Smith AZ county official – Pinal county NO NO NO
Danny Smith AZ county official – Graham county NO NO YES
Jack Smith AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Greg Stanley AZ county official – Pinal county YES NO YES
Lenore Loroña Stuart AZ county official – Yuma county YES NO YES
David Tenney AZ county official – Navajo county YES NO YES
Jesse Thompson AZ county official – Navajo county YES NO YES
Thomas Thurman AZ county official – Yavapai county YES NO YES
Vacant AZ county official – La Paz county NO NO NO
Ramon Valadez AZ county official – Pima county YES NO YES
Gary Watson AZ county official – Mohave county YES NO YES
Barry Weller AZ county official – Apache county NO NO YES
Delwin Wengert AZ county official – Apache county NO NO YES
Tom White AZ county official – Apache county YES NO YES
Dawnafe Whitesinger AZ county official – Navajo county NO NO YES
Mary Rose Wilcox AZ county official – Maricopa county YES NO YES
Leon Wilmot AZ county official – Yuma county NO NO YES
D.L. Wilson AZ county official – La Paz county YES NO YES

Municipal Officials (back to top)

Contactability Legislator Name Legislative Office via E-mail? via Webform? via Fax?

Ron Aames AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Joe Acosta AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality NO NO YES
Jill Adams AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Rob Adams AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Brenda Aguilar AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Sherry Ann Aguilar AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Lucinda Aja AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Belinda Akes AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Crystal Alger AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Thomas Alinen AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Mike Allsop AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Richard Alton AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Norma Alvarez AZ municipal official – Glendale – Ocotillo District municipality YES NO YES
Etta Ruth Amerson AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Gerardo Anaya AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Richard Anderson AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO YES
Richard Anderson AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality YES NO NO
Sharon Antes AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO YES
Charlie Arnold AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Derek Arnson AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Robin Arrendondo-Savage AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
James Bacon AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Adriana Badal AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Jackie Baker AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Kerry Ballard AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality YES NO YES
Chris Band AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
Patrick Banger AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Deborah Barber AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO YES
Robin Barker AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Dean Barlow AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Celia Barotz AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Bob Barrett AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Dan Beaver AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Cody Beeson AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Fritz Behring AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Joel Belloc AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Bevelyn Bender AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
John Bennett AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Mike Best AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
Mary Bingham AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Jim Biundo AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Debora Black AZ municipal official – Glendale municipality YES NO YES
Ed Blair AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Steve Blair AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Robert Blanchard AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Kelly Blunt AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
Christine Boatwright AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Dave Bowen AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Julie Bower AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Christopher Brady AZ municipal official – Mesa municipality YES NO YES
Karla Brewster AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Donna Brister AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality NO NO YES
Ron Brooks AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
Dennis Brown AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Marvin Brown AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Kathy Bruck AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
Joseph Brugman AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO YES
Kenneth Buchanan AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Kenneth Budge AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Vanessa Bueras AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Elizabeth Burke AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality NO NO NO
Kevin Burke AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Brendan Burns AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality NO NO YES
Jim Buster AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Gwen Calhoun AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Don Callahan AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Steven Campbell AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality NO NO NO
Wally Campbell AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Cathy Carlat AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Alan Carlow AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Fred Carpenter AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Larry Carver AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO YES
Charlie Cassens AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality NO NO YES
Greg Caton AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Thomas Celaya AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
Peggy Chapados AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Sam Chavira AZ municipal official – Glendale – Yucca District municipality YES NO YES
Andrew Ching AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Mark Clark AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
Stephen Cleveland AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Anna Cline AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Erin Cochran AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO YES
Candy Cockrell AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Jeni Coke AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Michael Collins AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Patti Comerford AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Su Connell AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Kathy Connelly AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Eugene Conners AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Eddie Cook AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Jeff Cook AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
John Cook AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
Ben Cooper AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Raymond Cota AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO YES
Benjamin Cotman AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Toby Cotter AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO NO
James Cox AZ municipal official – Benson municipality NO NO YES
Sam Crissman AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
Rennie Crittenden AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Daryl Croft AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
Tom Crosby AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Rick Croy AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Sonia Cuello AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Paul Cunningham AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 2 municipality YES NO YES
Brian Dalke AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality NO NO YES
Jenn Daniels AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Gilbert Davidson AZ municipal official – Marana municipality NO NO YES
Roy Delgado AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Paul Dembow AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Robert Devries AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO YES
Sal DiCiccio AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 6 municipality YES NO YES
Mark DiNunzio AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Jose Diaz AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Ginny Dickey AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Shane Dille AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Rich Dlugas AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Trinity Donovan AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Timothy Dorn AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO NO
Shirley Doughty AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Jesse Dowling AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Douglas Dunn AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Gerald Duvall AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
James Edelstein AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality NO NO YES
Jon Edwards AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Tim Elinski AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Tait Elkie AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Jim Elkins AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Nora Ellen AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Shana Ellis AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Donald Engler AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO NO
Tim Ernster AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Coral Evans AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Gail Evans AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Kenny Evans AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Jody Fanning AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Edward Farrell AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Richard Fimbres AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 5 municipality YES NO YES
Alex Finter AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 2 municipality YES NO YES
Brenda Fischer AZ municipal official – Glendale municipality NO NO YES
Lisa Fitzgibbons AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Barbara Flake AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality YES NO YES
Robert Flatley AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO YES
Deborah Francis AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO NO
Debra Galbraith AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO NO
Luis Galindo AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Lisa Garcia AZ municipal official – Florence municipality NO NO YES
Arturo Garino AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
William Garner AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Randy Garrison AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality NO NO YES
Robert Garza AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Bill Gates AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 3 municipality YES NO YES
Jerry Geier AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Bruce George AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Rhonda Geriminsky AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Carol German AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Charles German AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO YES
Chris Gibbs AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Christopher Glover AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 4 municipality YES NO YES
Carlos Gonzalez AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality YES NO YES
Gloria Gonzalez AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Brad Gordon AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Kolby Granville AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Rachel Gray AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Luis Greer AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Martin Grossman AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality NO NO NO
Julia Gusse AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Jack Hakim AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
Skip Hall AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Nubar Hanessian AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Pam Hanna AZ municipal official – Glendale municipality YES NO NO
Cassie Hansen AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Joe Harper AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Kevin Hartke AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Vivian Hartless AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Brent Hatch AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality YES NO NO
Linda Hatch AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
William Hawkins AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
Diane Heilmann AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality NO NO NO
Jacque Hendrie-Henry AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Stuart Hensley AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality NO NO YES
Matt Herman AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Michelle Hess AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Rick Heumann AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Craig Heustis AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Chris Hillman AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Satish Hiremath AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Sharolyn Hohman AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality NO NO YES
Ed Honea AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Jerry Hooper AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Joe Hornat AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Jim Howes AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Steve Hudson AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Ian Hugh AZ municipal official – Glendale – Cactus District municipality YES NO YES
Daniel Hughes AZ municipal official – Florence municipality NO NO YES
Michael Hughes AZ municipal official – Payson municipality YES NO YES
Henrietta Huisking AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
John Insalaco AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Susan Irvine AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO YES
Spencer Isom AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO YES
Robert Jackson AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Carolyn Jagger AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Ruben Jauregui AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Marianne Jimenez AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality NO NO YES
Diane Joens AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Lynn Johnson AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality NO NO YES
Michael Johnson AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 8 municipality YES NO YES
Paul Johnson AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Jessie Jones AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Herb Kai AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Connie Kakavas AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Royce Kardinal AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality NO NO YES
Stephanie Karlin AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Linda Kavanagh AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Dennis Kavanaugh AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 3 municipality YES NO YES
Bev Kay AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality YES NO YES
Gene Kelley AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Bridger Kimball AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
David Kincaid AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Toney King AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
Pam Kirby AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Suzanne Klapp AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Yvonne Knaack AZ municipal official – Glendale – Barrel District municipality YES NO YES
Virginia Korte AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Mary Kortsen AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Steve Kozachik AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 6 municipality YES NO YES
Alan Krieger AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Brigitta Kuiper AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Chris Kuknyo AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Marlin Kuykendall AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Ben LaForge AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Jim Lamerson AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
W.J. Lane AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Sheri Lauritano AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Scott LeMarr AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Bill Lee AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality YES NO YES
John Leech AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Henry Leger AZ municipal official – Fountain Hills municipality YES NO YES
Gloria Leija AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality NO NO YES
John Lekan AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality NO NO YES
Carlo Leone AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Bobbi Lewis AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Jami Lewis AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
John Lewis AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Mitchel Lindemann AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Richard Lister AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Barbara Litrell AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Robert Littlefield AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Marie Lopez Rogers AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Arnold Lopez AZ municipal official – Safford municipality NO NO YES
Gilbert Lopez AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Georgia Lord AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Africa Luna-Carrasco AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
David Luna AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 5 municipality YES NO YES
Georgia Luster AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Ruben Madrid AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
Kenneth Malloque AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Mary Mallory AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality YES NO NO
Leo Mankiewicz AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Mark Mann AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Chris Marley AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
Stephen Marshall AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality NO NO NO
Russ Martin AZ municipal official – Camp Verde municipality NO NO NO
Carmen Martinez AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
John Martinez AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Manuel Martinez AZ municipal official – Glendale – Cholla District municipality YES NO YES
Brian McAchran AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
David McAtlin AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Leslie McClendon AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Craig McConnell AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO NO
Jim McDonald AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Carol McGorray AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Dan McIlroy AZ municipal official – Sedona municipality YES NO NO
Pat McKee AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
James McPhetres AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Jackie Meck AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Sam Medrano AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
Esther Melendez-Lopez AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Cris Meyer AZ municipal official – Phoenix municipality YES NO NO
Dee Ann Mickelsen AZ municipal official – Mesa municipality YES NO YES
Jen Miles AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality NO NO YES
Linda Milhaven AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Duncan Miller AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Remy Miller AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality NO NO NO
Frank Milstead AZ municipal official – Mesa municipality YES NO NO
Roy Minter AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO NO
Richard Miranda AZ municipal official – Tucson municipality YES NO YES
Mark Mitchell AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Chris Moncada AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
Paul Moncada AZ municipal official – Benson municipality NO NO YES
Ruben Montano AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
Karl Montoya AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Lana Mook AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Margaret Morales AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Ed Muder AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Rick Mueller AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Lynn Mulhall AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Mary Myers AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality YES NO YES
Jerry Nabours AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Joseph Nagy AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality YES NO YES
Joel Navarro AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Dave Neuman AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality NO NO YES
Mark Nexsen AZ municipal official – Lake Havasu City municipality YES NO YES
Michael Nowakowski AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 7 municipality YES NO YES
Lora Lee Nye AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality YES NO NO
Jeff Oravits AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality NO NO YES
Eric Orsborn AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Danny Ortega AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Richard Ortega AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Norma Ortiz AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO YES
Joanne Osborne AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Chuck Osterman AZ municipal official – Kingman municipality YES NO NO
Scott Overton AZ municipal official – Flagstaff municipality YES NO YES
Marla Paddock AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Jack Palladino AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Cesar Parada AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO YES
Himanshu Patel AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
Bill Patena AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Stephen Pauken AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Victor Petersen AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Karen Pfeifer AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Guy Phillips AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Marco Pinzon AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
William Pitman AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality YES NO NO
Joe Pizzillo AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Tom Porcharsky AZ municipal official – Snowflake municipality YES NO YES
Martin Porchas AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Jon Post AZ municipal official – Marana municipality YES NO YES
Leon Potter AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Charles Potucek AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Dick Powell AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO YES
Micah Powell AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Terence Pratt AZ municipal official – Cottonwood municipality YES NO YES
Christian Price AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Rudy Quinonez AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
Joe Ramirez AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Laura Ramirez AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Arturo Ramos AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Maria Ramos AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Tom Rankin AZ municipal official – Florence municipality NO NO YES
Jordan Ray AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Tom Reardon AZ municipal official – Sierra Vista municipality YES NO YES
Dave Richins AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 1 municipality YES NO YES
Tami Ring AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality NO NO YES
Tony Rivero AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Christa Rizzi AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Dennis Robbins AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality YES NO YES
Leticia Robinson AZ municipal official – Nogales municipality YES NO NO
Alan Rodbell AZ municipal official – Scottsdale municipality NO NO NO
Regina Romero AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 1 municipality YES NO YES
Matias Rosales AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Jonathan Rothschild AZ municipal official – Tucson municipality YES NO YES
Judy Rotz-Lopez AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Tom Ryff AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Al Sacco AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
Gerardo Sanchez AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Augustine Sauceda AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Frank Savino AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Len Scamardo AZ municipal official – Prescott municipality NO NO YES
Dan Schweiker AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Frank Scott AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Maureen Scott AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality NO NO YES
Shirley Scott AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 4 municipality YES NO YES
Gene Seale AZ municipal official – Safford municipality YES NO YES
Lynn Selby AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Jack Sellers AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
Jeff Serdy AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Daryl Seymore AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
David Shapera AZ municipal official – El Mirage municipality YES NO NO
Onnie Shekerjian AZ municipal official – Tempe municipality YES NO YES
Ray Shelton AZ municipal official – Douglas municipality YES NO YES
David Sherf AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Gary Sherwood AZ municipal official – Glendale – Sahuaro District municipality YES NO YES
Marion Shontz AZ municipal official – Parker municipality NO NO YES
Thomas Shope AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Sheila Shutts AZ municipal official – Bullhead City municipality YES NO YES
Tom Simplot AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 4 municipality YES NO YES
Harvey Skoog AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality YES NO NO
David Smith AZ municipal official – Bisbee municipality YES NO NO
Scott Smith AZ municipal official – Mesa municipality YES NO YES
Thomas Smith AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
Mary Snider AZ municipal official – Oro Valley municipality YES NO YES
Scott Somers AZ municipal official – Mesa – District 6 municipality YES NO YES
Patricia Sorensen AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Steve Stahl AZ municipal official – Maricopa municipality YES NO NO
Greg Stanton AZ municipal official – Phoenix municipality YES NO YES
Scott Stewart AZ municipal official – Wickenburg municipality YES NO YES
William Stipp AZ municipal official – Goodyear municipality YES NO YES
Ray Strauss AZ municipal official – Buckeye municipality YES NO YES
Jerry Stuart AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality YES NO YES
Carl Swenson AZ municipal official – Peoria municipality YES NO YES
Larry Tarkowski AZ municipal official – Prescott Valley municipality YES NO NO
Jared Taylor AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO YES
Cathy Templeton AZ municipal official – Gilbert municipality YES NO NO
Edward Thomas AZ municipal official – Yuma municipality NO NO YES
James Thompson AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality YES NO NO
Jon Thompson AZ municipal official – Coolidge municipality YES NO NO
Jay Tibshraeny AZ municipal official – Chandler municipality YES NO YES
J.W. Tidwell AZ municipal official – Eloy municipality NO NO YES
Gloria Torres AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO YES
Lisa Trueblood AZ municipal official – Paradise Valley municipality YES NO YES
Lon Turner AZ municipal official – Chino Valley municipality NO NO YES
Karin Uhlich AZ municipal official – Tucson – Ward 3 municipality YES NO YES
Vacant AZ municipal official – Benson municipality NO NO NO
Vacant AZ municipal official – Show Low municipality NO NO NO
Daniel Valenzuela AZ municipal official – Phoenix – District 5 municipality YES NO YES
Ralph Varela AZ municipal official – Casa Grande municipality NO NO YES
Ralph Velez AZ municipal official – San Luis municipality YES NO NO
Charles Vierhout AZ municipal official – Avondale municipality YES NO YES
Miguel Villalpando AZ municipal official – Somerton municipality NO NO YES
Rachel Villanueva AZ municipal official – Surprise municipality YES NO YES
Roberto Villasenor AZ municipal official – Tucson municipality NO NO YES
Vicki Vivian AZ municipal official – Benson municipality YES NO YES
Dave Waldron AZ municipal official – Apache Junction municipality YES NO YES
Tara Walter AZ municipal official – Florence municipality YES NO YES
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http://recorder.maricopa.gov/electionmaps/districtviewer.aspx

http://maricopagreens.org/

http://www.facebook.com/270874834282/posts/10152258145309283

http://www.lpmaricopa.org/

http://azdem.org/action/county/maricopa/

http://www.maricopagop.org/

http://phoenix.about.com/od/citiestownsgovernment/qt/Find-Your-Voting-District-Arizona.htm

The State of Arizona provides a tool where you can see

what county you live in
your school district name and number
your legislative district number
your State Senator and party affiliation
your congressional district number
your Congressional Representative’s name and party affiliation

All you need to do is enter your street address and your zip code on this page.

http://az.gov/app/govinfo/

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These ladies and gentlemen are my representatives, etc. Unless you are a very close neighbor, your list would be somewhat different.

“David Livingston” “Phil Lovas” “Judy Burges” “Paul Gosar” “Joseph Arpaio” “jeff flake” “john mccain” “janice brewer” “Bob Barrett” “tom manos” “roy minter”

David Livingston

Republican
District 22
House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 341
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4178
Fax Number: (602) 417-3154

Email Address: dlivingston@azleg.gov

Phil Lovas

Republican
District 22
House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 130
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3297
Fax Number: (602) 417-3004

Email Address: plovas@azleg.gov

Judy M. Burges

Republican
District 4
House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 302
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5861
Fax Number: (602) 417-3104

Email Address: jburges@azleg.gov

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http://www.facebook.com/repgosar

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Washington, DC
504 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2315

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122 N. Cortez Street, Suite 104
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: (928) 445-1683

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Headquarters
550 West Jackson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Sheriff Arpaio: (602) 876-1801

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Phoenix Office
2200 E Camelback Road
Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (602) 840-1891
Fax: (602) 840-4092

http://twitter.com/JeffFlake
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Suite 115
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Main: (602) 952-2410
Fax: (602) 952-8702

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http://azgovernor.gov/contact.asp

Mailing Address
Please use mailing address for all correspondence or requests for assistance.

The Honorable Janice K. Brewer
Arizona Governor
Executive Tower
1700 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007

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Mayor and City Council 623-773-7306 CityClerk@peoriaaz.gov

City of Peoria Municipal Complex
8401 W. Monroe Street
Peoria, Arizona 85345

623-773-7000

Mayor Bob Barrett

Tom Manos
Maricopa County Manager
301 W. Jefferson, 10th Floor
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
(602) 506-3415
tmanos@mail.maricopa.gov

Peoria, Arizona Police Department
Chief Roy W. Minter Jr.

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CONTACT THE CITY
Mailing Address and Main Phone Number
City of Peoria Contact List
Contact the City by E-mail

City of Peoria Municipal Complex
8401 W. Monroe Street
Peoria, Arizona 85345

623-773-7000

Police-Non Emergency 623-773-8311 PoliceDept@peoriaaz.gov

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Source:

#Legislator #Contact #Listing #List #Arizona #AZ #Activist #Activism

Individual Legislator Contactability Listing for Arizona

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/individual-legislator-contactability-listing-for-arizona/

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Scribd doc for downloading, searching and listening:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/207172812/Individual-Legislator-Contactability-Listing-for-Arizona

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Tortured Kurt Sonnenfeld, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, CONARE and September 11, 2001

December 1, 2013 by

arg911truth

Published on Sep 10, 2012

A once años del 11-S presentamos un cortometraje con imágenes, documentos y videos inéditos sobre la vida de Kurt Sonnenfeld y su trabajo en Ground Zero. Agradecemos a los realizadores por la entrega del material y a la familia Sonnenfeld por su irrenunciable compromiso por Verdad y Justicia para todas las víctimas directas o indirectas de aquel fatídico 11 de septiembre de 2001. Agradecemos su difusión.
Contacto: arg911truth@gmail.com

English Version: http://vimeo.com/49181206

“This is a government afraid of its people.”

– Project Camelot’s Kerry Cassidy

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Entrevista a Kurt Sonnenfeld: refugiado en Argentina por haber filmado demasiado DOMINGO 03 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013

http://www.elespiadigital.com/index.php/noticias/seguridad/3483-entrevista-a-kurt-sonnenfeld-refugiado-en-argentina-por-haber-filmado-demasiado

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Google Translation (11-S = 9/11)

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What is generating so insistently U.S. for their films?

Firstly because they have no idea what I recorded.

Then I fear that is free of the embarrassing situation that can generate them and the danger he represents to his military policy.

Years ago that the U.S. is using the fight against terrorism as an excuse to expand, and if the general public starts to realize that this war has been manufactured and stop supporting the government, business and jeopardized their future plans.

On the morning of January 1, 2002, Sonnenfeld has he heard a shot while working at his home studio in Denver.

He ran to his room and found the body of his first wife, Nancy, on the floor with a bloody head and a revolver at his side.

Relates that called 911 and within minutes the local police arrived and a group of paramedics. Upon entering his home, three officers beat and arrested him on suspicion of murder.

Remained about seven months in prison, but the Colorado Court ruled in his favor and determined woman suicide.

When he returned home, he found that his personal computer and many reels of film he had been confiscated without permission of the judge.

You claim that he was tortured at the U.S. prison …

If.

After arrest me, took me to the cell, and while they hanged me and I kicked testicles, they put a chemical in the nose.

That day began with burning and pain spread to the throat.

Then I upgraded to the confinement cell, 2 × 2 meters and no light.

It was in January, amid the mountains and in the middle of winter.

He was naked with an apron and a mattress hospital vinyl.

There was a hole in the ground that was the toilet, but the button was out of the cell, and the guards pressed for fun at night to flood the floor instead.

I spent ten days in that cell.

And thanks to the liquid burns the nose caused me an infection, a vigilante called the nurse and took me out of there.

The man explained that the infection was close to the brain and could cause me death.

How he managed to save him the tapes of the World Trade Center?

My basement was full of tapes, I kept the 29 tapes of GZ in a makeup box, inside the huge closet that was in my office.

I was in a room full of cameras and video basket.

My neighbors warned me that many people entered my house without permission of the Judge while I was in jail.

My theory is searched quickly and took what they found: computer, hundreds of tapes of previous work and others.

How was ended in Argentina?

A few months after leaving prison, my parents and friends recommended I go to rest a while.

One told me that his relatives had an apartment in the Argentina coast.

So I decided to go to San Bernardo for a month.

I left the United States as a free man, my passport, my credit card, with a suitcase and a return ticket, I never escape as a fugitive.

Here I met Paula and I had to start a new life.

After a first meeting recognition in a bar hidden in a labyrinthine gallery of the Federal Capital, the couple accepted the interview at home.

She confesses that the location of the meeting meets their local knowledge in an ambush.

Far from what one might assume, the family lives in a humble house in the neighborhood of shacks.

An armored yellow gate is planted in the corner and watch the movements of the block.

Income no greater difficulties than the uncomfortable sound of multiple locks and two dogs that come inside immediately.

The way to the dining room is decorated with family photographs in various passages of the city.

Crayon marks on the walls, two pink balloons on the floor and a turquoise bandana leaning on an armchair reveal the inevitable presence of girls.

The couple said that a few weeks ago decided to reinforce the doors and windows because on 11 September, while being interviewed by two journalists on the terrace, a car with two people on board stopped and took pictures of the facade, the gatehouse and income .

They add that a few days made ​​the complaint and wrote a letter to the press in which he warned his fear of lightning kidnapping.

How his arrest gave here?

In 2004 I offered to show some of my footage to an Argentine television station and raised me to make a special program for the third anniversary of 11-S.

Just days before it aired, about ten INTERPOL agents came to my house with a warrant, and a two-page document from the U.S. Embassy clarifying that all my possessions, documents and pictures would be kidnapped and sent to America immediately.

The story we got was that two prisoners had declared against me.

The truth is that in exchange for what they did, Justice reduced their sentences.

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Pérez Esquivel en el Foro Social Mundial de 2003.

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel is an Argentine human rights activist, community organizer, pacifist, art painter, writer and sculptor. He was the recipient of the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize.

Comitê Nacional para os Refugiados (CONARE)

The National Committee for Refugees ( CONARE ) is an inter-ministerial committee under the ambit of the Ministry of Justice in Brazil.

Have you ever thought of giving your struggle?

That was the lowest point in my life, had been falsely accused and imprisoned again twice in different countries.

I had been tortured in America, my home had been confiscated and destroyed my reputation.

In addition, being in the U.S. embassy Devoto released a rumor that both Paula and I were DEA agents-Law Enforcement Administration Drug -.

And I was in a ward where 90% of people had been arrested for a drug-related crime.

It was an attempt to kill me in jail.

Moreover, at that time Paula was five months pregnant and we lost.

I did not go over there, I wanted to give up everything.

But Paula, a gladiator, fought and met with Nobel Peace Prize winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel and human rights organizations to make my situation public.

At seven months, the judge rejected the extradition Daniel Rafecas claiming that there were shadows in the case and therefore in the United States would not receive a fair trial.

Justice also because Argentina does not accept the mere application of the death penalty, which is the condemnation that awaits me in my country if I am convicted.

Why do you consider living persecuted?

Good.

This began in the United States.

When I was free and I returned home, I noticed that someone had breached the security system and that the door had been forced.

The same thing happened when I moved a few months, to a house in the middle of the mountain, two hours away, where the entrance had also been violated.

Now living in Argentina, I found that the phone line was tapped.

We received threatening phone calls and text messages with Support: “leave things as they are and maybe have a life.”

We constantly follow when we go out and rob us while garbage ago.

So far, the man has the temporary shelter issued by the National Commission for Refugees-CONARE.

Sonnenfeld explains that in its current condition is impossible to handle the identity.

Thus says the difficulty of getting a job, being treated at a hospital before a health problem or uncertainty regarding the arrest of a police control.

In response, on August 25 held a meeting in Signature Plaza de Mayo for the Argentine state will yield the final political asylum.

What happened to him when he learned that the Justice Argentina granted political asylum to Chilean Sergio Apablaza War?

My first reaction was:

If you were given asylum to him, why do not I give it to me!

Is positive, because the basis of rejection of extradition was that Chile would not receive a fair trial because he has a wife and Argentine children.

I fulfill both conditions.

We ordered the same treatment they gave Apablaza War.

It can not be that because American things more difficult.

Many people ask that your pictures from Ground Zero to be released to the public. What will you do with the material?

Years ago I am placing my images to the serious press and independent researchers so they can work with them.

If there were documentaries already had put up all the internet.

There is great pressure from people asking me to release everything because I trust will give added protection, I agree and that was always my intention.

Just think what it would be the most effective way, and I think so far the best is a documentary made ​​by specialists to explain each image.

Moreover, we must also consider the technical, economic and time constraints faced continually with my family.

While we fight the destructive machinery of the United States, try to lead a life with the common problems of all people.

What was the coverage of the media about his case?

In the United States continue blaming and accusing me of drug addict and alcoholic.

I worked 40 weeks a year in a different city every week, I was in laboratories, secure bunkers and secret places of the U.S. government.

I had a job of great responsibility and had great confidence in me and that he was a drug addict.

It is a strategy to dehumanize and discredit.

The method used is the same as me used to attack Iraq: presenting fraudulent documents and dehumanize the enemy.

How do you analyze your situation in the future?

Really I have no idea.

Every day is like living with a terminal illness, do not know if you will live 30 years or if the next day you are going to attack and going to die.

Trust in government and in the courts, which until this point have defended me.

They recognized that suffer persecution and that the charges against me are unfair.

Distrust in the management and movement that makes the United States and will continue and I do wonder how aggressive will be in the future.

How do you analyze this from the Obama administration about you?

I had high hopes that there is a change, a cultural transformation.

But in reality, the policy remains the same, Guantanamo is still operating, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq continue, and at this time there is another secret performing in Pakistan.

The secret prisons in Europe still work and are slowly militarizing America.

Obama does not want to prosecute officials who tortured in Iraq and does not want to reopen the investigation of 11-S.

U.S. policy is a train driver change but continues on the same tracks.

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FEMA Photographer Kurt Sonnenfeld – Complete WTC Photos – Video Slideshow

All of the recently released photos are included, in exact numerical order, of Mr. Sonnenfeld’s release.

http://video.abovetopsecret.com/video3874/FEMA_Photographer_Kurt_Sonnenfeld_-_Complete_WTC_Photos/

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread493263/pg1

More about Kurt Sonnenfeld …

9/11 FEMA videographer at Ground Zero goes public

Ground Zero photos released by exiled FEMA agent Kurt Sonnenfeld

Download the full ZIP archive of all photos here:
WTC-Photos.zip (674 megabytes)

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Related:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article167797.html

http://www.voltairenet.org/article160666.html

http://www.voltairenet.org/article166910.html

http://noliesradio.org/archives/25673

http://www.presstv.com/detail/140224.html

http://blogs.denverpost.com/coldcases/2013/02/09/denver-wanted-man-has-become-media-celebrity-in-argentina/6299/

http://www.denverpost.com/ci_13811770

http://tehrantimes.com/arts-and-culture/110488-controversial-footage-on-911-to-go-on-screen-in-tehran

http://en.nasimonline.ir/archives/9493

Trailer of “K.S. Files”; The story of US Chemical Weapons Depots

September 10, 2013

Tagged: Documentary, K.S. Files, Movie

On the 9/11 anniversary, “K.S. Files” is unveiled in Iran which is a documentary by Iranian well known filmmaker, Nader Talebzadeh.

The film narrates the story of Kurt Sonnenfeld who is a videographer for FEMA prior to 2002 and was one of four FEMA photographers who were given exclusive access to Ground Zero following the September 11 Attacks in New York in 2001.

“I still have footage of bunkers full of sarin VX and GB warheads, “tonne” containers full of neurotoxins and mustard gas, all of which were banned by the Chemical Weapons Ban Treaty,” he said in his interviews in 2001.

Nasim provides a trailer of this documentary that will be available on the market soon.

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“What happened to all the rubble that should have been inside that crater?” Dust.

Jeff Prager Multiple Myeloma Fission Fusion and 911 9-11 9 11 9/11 September 11 2001

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2013/11/05/jeff-prager-multiple-myeloma-fission-fusion-and-911-9-11-9-11-911-september-11-2001/

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About ”rosettasister”

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Jeff Prager Multiple Myeloma Fission Fusion and 911 9-11 9 11 9/11 September 11 2001

November 5, 2013 by

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911, Metastable Intermolecular Compounds and Steve Jones – Physics For The Non-Physicist

Posted by Jeff Prager on October 27, 2013

http://911scholars.ning.com/profiles/blogs/911-metastable-intermolecular-compounds-and-steve-jones-physics

Excerpt:

The rate of Multiple Myeloma, a very rare blood plasma cancer, across the general population is 3.0-9.0 per 100,000 people.

The average age of those afflicted with this disease is 71 with 99% of those afflicted being over the age of 65.

Based on a CDC report (see: CDC K25 Workers)[5] we do not know what causes Multiple Myeloma.

We do know that even the most minimal exposure to radioactivity causes a measurable increase in the incidence of Multiple Myeloma.

As of March 1st, 2011, the rate of Multiple Myeloma and death among Ground Zero First Responders was 18 per 100,000 with all of those afflicted being between the ages of 37 and 60.

This is unheard of.

Reggie Hillaire, a Ground Zero First Responder, was able to beat thyroid cancer only to contract Multiple Myeloma in late 2011.

Some First Responders have succumbed to not one, not two, but in some cases three rare cancers.

The cancer incidence among Ground Zero First Responders, while un-addressed in the mainstream media, is epidemic.

The incidence of Thyroid cancer, brain cancer, pancreatic cancer and many other cancers is significantly elevated among Ground Zero First Responders.

More profound is that never have we seen rapid onset cancers in asbestos workers or other industrial workers exposed to the wide variety of carcinogens found in the Ground Zero dust

(see USGS report #01-0429 – Chemistry Table 1)[6]

We have only seen rapid onset cancers in those people exposed to radiation at Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Chornobyl.[7]

It should be noted that cancers were just recently covered by the US government for Ground Zero First Responders.

In 2010 I published a 21-page document composed primarily of charts graphing various elements

— uranium, thorium, cerium, yttrium, lanthanum, molybdenum, antimony, barium, strontium, potassium, sodium, chromium, iron, zinc, lead and others —

that were found and documented quite extensively by the United States Geological Survey from sample taken at 35 Ground Zero locations on September 16th and 17th, 2001, less than a week after the event.

That report is titled USGS Report 01-0429 and is available to the public on the internet as an Open Source document.

In mid-2012 I discussed my findings re: USGS report #01-0429 and the analysis of that reports Chemistry Table 1 which I published[9] to the CDC/NIOSH federal web site and the internet at large, with Dr. Christopher Busby.

Dr. Christopher Busby is a world renowned nuclear physicist specializing in nuclear radiation.

Dr. Busby is a director of Green Audit Limited, a private company, and scientific advisor to the Low Level Radiation Campaign (LLRC).

He is also a visiting professor at the University of Ulster and was the National Speaker on Science and Technology for the Green Party of England and Wales.

Dr. Busby is respected worldwide.

That analysis[9], while wholly inadequate in explaining fully what occurred on 911, was, nevertheless, accurate in many cases as Dr. Busby points out.

Yet Dr. Busby goes further and explains that he’s found similar elements at similarly high levels in craters in Fallujah, Iraq and other war torn areas of the globe.

Dr. Busby then offers an opinion as to what may have caused these anomalous levels of the elements in the various dust samples from Fallujah, Iraq, Ground Zero, NYC and other areas across the globe.

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The reader is urged to download the same PDF I sent to Dr. Busby.

While Dr. Busby mentions several aspects of the physics and chemistry analysis that might be in error he also mentions equally aspects that are not in error and still indicate fusion, fission or both.

The reader should also understand that as far back as the very early 1960s the Soviets detonated

AN602, or Project 7000; product code 202 (Izdeliye 202); article designations RDS-220,

which used deuterium and uranium in a fusion process combined with fission as well and yet they reduced total radioactivity by 97%.

Today, deuterium, lithium deuteride and dozens of other “salting” methods exist to combine fusion and fission in what’s called a hydrogen or neutron bomb.

It should be remembered that nano-technology is a child of the nuclear industry.

References:

1. The Engineering Toolbox: http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/sound-speed-solids-d_713.html

2. No Thermite by T. Mark Hightower, commentary by Jeff Prager: http://www.scribd.com/doc/88208233/No-Thermite

3. Has Nanothermite Been Oversold To The 911 Truth Community by T. Mark Hightower: http://www.checktheevidence.com/pdf/NanoCompletePaper_final110501.pdf

4. Nanothermite: If It Doesn’t Fit You Must Acquit, Veterans Today:

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/08/27/nanothermite-if-it-doesnt-fit-you-must-acquit/

 
5. Multiple Myeloma: A Study Of K25 Workers: 
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/pgms/worknotify/pdfs/k25_7-06-09.pdf

6. For access to this link you  might have to Google: USGS Report #01-0429: sometimes the link does not work: http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/ofr-01-0429/

7. Ionizing Radiation 911 by Jeff Prager: Part 1: http://www.scribd.com/doc/88204482/Ionizing-Radiation-911-Pages-1-243  Part 2: http://www.box.net/shared/h5gvyev9q8   Part 3: http://www.box.net/shared/ctdmz7la4j

8. Aerosol Science and Technology • Volume 38, Issue 2, 2004, Analysis of Aerosols From The World Trade Center Collapse Site, New York, Detection and Evaluation of Long-Range Transport of Aerosols – (Delta Group) October 2 to October 30, 2001: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02786820490250836

9. Excerpted from the book ‘Dust,’ pages 19-42, complete chemistry and physics analysis of USGS Report #01-0429 and Chemistry Table 1: http://www.datafilehost.com/download-b128ac41.html


10. AVIRIS – TIN (Triangular Irregular Network) Constructed from LIDAR data: 

http://www.geo.hunter.cuny.edu/~rdatta/gis2/lectures/lecture6/tin%20september%2019%20copy.jpg

  1. 3D Model Rendered from Triangular Irregular Network data – Ground Zero in 3D showing visible craters at Twin Towers: http://www.geo.hunter.cuny.edu/~rdatta/gis2/lectures/lecture6/3Dseptember%2019%20copy.jpg
  1. B2level CAD and Oct 18 2001 3D – Below ground view of Ground Zero showing crater depths at the Twin Towers and Building 7 at more than 60 feet deep: http://www.geo.hunter.cuny.edu/~rdatta/gis2/lectures/lecture6/3DCad%20copy.jpg
  2. Related:

In the course of researching this blog post, I gathered quite a lot of related links posted below.  

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http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docket/archive/pdfs/NIOSH-227/0227-031411-Prager_sub.pdf

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docket/archive/pdfs/NIOSH-227/0227-031511-Prager_sub.pdf

http://www.facebook.com/prager1

http://jprager.wix.com/jpragersbooks

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Two Interviews

Mar 19, 2012

http://www.elusivetruth.com/2012/03/jeff-prager-links-nukes-to-911/

Mar 26, 2012

http://www.elusivetruth.com/2012/03/911-america-nuked-pdf-by-jeff-prager/

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Three More Links

Jeff Prager – Can I PROVE that 911 was nuclear? I believe …

https://www.facebook.com/prager1/posts/10151026108702282‎
Specifically, when I initially posted this data I maintained that a fission event occurred … clearly, that there was a fusion component and that, in fact, most of the demolition … The incidence of Multiple Myeloma in First Responders interests me.

The Vatic Project: Nuclear 9/11 by Jeff Prager
http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2012/09/nuclear-911-by-jeff-prager.html
Sep 11, 2012 – Leukemia, non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma, three rare …. formed by a fusion device, a fission device or a fusion/fission device.

9/11 Gold?

Jeff Prager Yes. Jp, it wasn’t necessarily the gold because we do have an estimation of the total amount of gold held in vaults under these buildings. Yes, it was quite a bit but the securities, the paper securities were worth FAR more. This post of mine discusses this issue, here:

http://www.facebook.com/notes/jeff-prager/the-sonnenfeld-testimony-911/10150141117889838

December 15, 2010 at 10:33pm

[Former mob boss Tony Gambino declared in a 2007 radio interview: “I know for a fact that Bush [and other] U.S. government leaders had prior knowledge and helped organize 9-11. They did it for many obvious reasons, one being to instigate a war in Iraq. But they also did it to get their hands on all the gold that was hidden below the [WTC].”]

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Multiple Myeloma Treatments: World Drug Industry and Market 2013-2023

NOVEMBER 1, 2013

http://www.sys-con.com/node/2859257

LONDON, November 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

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Drs. Dan Burisch Crain and Marcia McDowell Crain Majestic MJ 12 September 11, 2001 and chemTrails or The Bigger Picture

[My previous blog posts, but also links and quotes -- Who in the world they might be]

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chemTrails

And if he said “gene change later” I hate where my mind is taking me. NWO refers to New World Order. While I don’t believe there is some synod of old geezers in a room making decisions that supersede our government and …

– Marcia Ann Crain, Ph.D.
http://neweaglesforum.proboards.com/user/84 ]

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2011/04/05/eagles-unchained-reverse-engineering-our-human-condition/

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http://www.neweaglesforum.proboards.com/post/27784

Sep 30, 2013 at 5:16am

Upon careful review of all Portfolios to choose the best candidate for the position, I submitted my selection for the new permanent Security Aide De Camp 1, 24 hours ago.

The selectee was passed from me to my ADC, then onto the West and East Chiefs of Staff.

Following receipt, the name of the selectee was passed to MJ8 as a first courtesy, then onto the other Seats.

[MJ8 = Marcia Ann Crain, Ph.D.]

A secure hearing will be held on Thursday, October 3, 2013, to openly speak with the Selectee and then the Selectee will be sworn in as SecADC/1 and will assume her duties at that time.

Selectee SecADC1:

Vivienne Brielle Prideaux
Capitaine De La Garde, DFG

Dan

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http://neweaglesforum.proboards.com/post/27814

Oct 5, 2013 at 2:37am

I’m part of the Coalition of Opposition to the administration of the current MJ1.

[MJ1 = Dr. Dan Crain / fmr Burisch]

http://neweaglesforum.proboards.com/user/51

We have heard that he and she (MJ8) spent a large chunk of the day him.

[MJ8 = Marcia Ann Crain, Ph.D.]

He on the phone with potus and she making worldwide interest payment money available through questionable channels.

Now that the ET business is solved our interests should be maintained internally on defense issues, contracting, and only financial to counter the European and Asian Illuminati factions.

Instead, he has us involved in 4 minor and 1 major shooting war and has n answers for us how we are going to get out of the fighting.

Put bluntly his ass should be at his desk and not hopping all over Washington D.C. ding what he’s doing.

/Will/E1/NE

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Sep 9, 2011

http://blessedistruth.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/financial-draw-downs-and-insider-trading-by-companies-resident-within-the-former-wtc7-were-conducted-with-prior-knowledge-that-an-attack-was-imminent-dr-dan-burisch-crain/

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Originally Published: 2012/07/15

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/m-cam-ceo-dr-david-e-martin-anthrax-attacks-september-11th-plot-civil-liberties-financial-heists-version-2-0/

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Aug 31, 2012

http://blessedistruth.wordpress.com/2012/08/31/mrfernsehkritik-911newsmagazin-911-kein-flugzeug-theorie-no-plane-theory-ein-gigantisches-holografisches-projektion-a-giant-holographic-projection/

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Project Camelot Kerry Cassidy

http://projectcamelotportal.com/articles-fix/1830-little-alien-book

” … the mainstream continues business as usual without blinking an eye… or changing a headline to reflect any sense what so ever of recognition that the game is much bigger than they imagine.

People continue to argue over a rigged stock market, a dog and pony show between Obama and Putin (left and right hands of the same Beast) and

the apparent poisoning of our atmosphere via chemtrails and Fukushima.

They have no sense that the truth changes everything.

That politics is so far beneath the true horizon where the real game is played.”

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Our Souls Are Eternal And Even Button-Pushing Stan Goldstein, Psy.D. Won’t Be A DICK Forever – The Latest From Dr. Dan Burisch Crain (Part 2)

October 6, 2013 by

Stan is a dick Part 2

http://neweaglesforum.proboards.com/thread/358/operational-chat-3?page=3&scrollTo=27825

After the discussion D assigned him as temporary Attache to M. He knows the right languages. Along with security they have been enroute to Bali since early yesterday. Reach on satfone.

Conny/ADC1

OK will do. D in Washington and M at APEC. That should cover almost everything! Everyone was holding their breath.

At least BHO found his excuse for how to not drag MLRO out in polite company near the grace of Xi’s wife.

M and Peng got along famously the last time they met – talking all things singing?

Makes total sense to me. Shutdown, then D appears to provide BHO a solution, but Majestic’s aims come first.

And thank G-d MLRO won’t have to go through yet another class on what fork to use first. It’s no wonder why BHO has been singing “Susan” for 3 years.

truly,..

[Stan is a DICK !!!]

Hon. Dr. Dan Crain/fmr Burisch

Dr. Marcia Crain/nee McDowell

Stan Goldstein, Doctor of Psychology (Clinical)

Barack Hussein Obama

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama

Susan Elizabeth Rice

Peng Liyuan China first lady
Xi Jinping, China president

APEC summit in Bali

See also:

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/our-souls-are-eternal-and-even-button-pushing-stan-goldstein-psy-d-wont-be-a-dick-forever-the-latest-from-dr-dan-burisch-crain/

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M-CAM CEO Dr. David E. Martin Anthrax Attacks September 11th Plot Civil Liberties Financial Heists version 2.0

September 13, 2013 by

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Could you refresh my memory on this topic?

Dr David E Martin on VP Dick Cheney

@ 17:20

I will tell you without question that the Greek Olympic security scenario that’s laid out in the book …

and the actors that are described in much greater detail … those things happened at the Vice President’s (Cheney’s) residence.

I have direct experience … 3rd party direct experience … of the nature of those transactions …

that ultimately led to the paying to arm the enemies of the United States … or alleged enemies of the United States …

that ultimately were funds that were deployed to create those military and conflict regions in Iraq and Afghanistan and for that matter in the Gaza Strip that led the Bush Administration …

explaining the war effort …

And there is no question that U.S. Dollars hardware and military technology were used on both sides of the conflict

And so a lot of the men and women who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan did not do so because …

the Iraqis and Afghanis had access to Russian or Korean or Iranian technology …

There is a significant amount of the casualty of the armed forces of the United States that came from munitions purchased by funds transferred around the Olympic security …

That indeed was a Vice President residence plan.

3 of 3 Dr David E Martin

Community Currency – 12/15/11
December 15, 2011

Guest: Dr. David E. Martin Dr. David E. Martin is the founder and Chairman of M·CAM Inc., the architect and founder of the Global Innovation Commons and was the founder of Mosaic Technologies, Inc.. The impressive bio on his company’s websites states that – “Dr. Martin… is the author of the international legal framework …


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See also:

http://www.commongroundpolitics.net/discussion/showpost.php?p=871211&postcount=156

http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/m-cam-ceo-dr-david-e-martin-anthrax-attacks-september-11th-plot-civil-liberties-financial-heists/

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U.S. needs to know more before deciding whether to strike Syria – Dennis Lamb, Retired CIA case officer and intelligence analyst

September 8, 2013 by

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Updated: 8 September 2013

U.S. needs to know more before deciding whether to strike Syria

The casualties were the result of an accident caused when al-Nusra used some ordinary rebels to carry and operate these weapons and they mishandled the material.

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Dennis Lamb, from Chelsea, Iowa, and now residing out of the state, retired from the CIA in 2002 after serving 30 years in its Directorate of Operations as a case officer and intelligence analyst.

http://thegazette.com/2013/09/08/u-s-needs-to-know-more-before-deciding-whether-to-strike-syria/

Excerpts:

On May 14, a Turkish opposition party MP, Mehmet Ali Ediboglu, alleged that al-Nusra rebels had planted twin car bombs in Turkey’s frontier area that killed 46 people in a bid to draw Turkey into Syria’s civil war.

This, he asserted, was because the rebels realized that they need help to overthrow Bashar al Assad’s Syrian regime.

If this plot with sarin had not been foiled, it is quite likely that the Turkish government, as it has in the past, would have blamed Syria for the attack, obliging a military response.

If these reports are true, then al-Nusra has sarin gas.

And if it has enough to expend on false flag operations in Turkey, then it has plenty in Syria.

And if al-Nusra was trying to lure the Turkish government into attacking Syria with a sarin gas attack on its territory in May, then it is reasonable to suspect it may also have been trying to do the same thing in Ghouta, Syria, on Aug. 21 to draw America into the conflict.

[....]

Mint Press News is a Minneapolis-based independent online news organization.

On Aug. 29, Mint Press News posted an on-the-ground report by Jordanian reporter Yahya Ababneh titled

“Exclusive: Syrians In Ghouta claim Saudi-supplied rebels behind chemical attack.”

In this report, Ababneh, who had spoken directly with the rebels, their family members, victims of the chemical weapons attacks and local residents, alleges that

rebels and local residents in Ghouta complained that Saudi Prince Bandar Bin Sultan had provided chemical weapons to certain rebels (al-Nusra is cautiously referenced) without training them in their use.

They believed the casualties were the result of an accident caused when al-Nusra used some ordinary rebels to carry and operate these weapons and they mishandled the material.

A Free Syrian Army fighter sits atop a flight of stairs near the Grand Umayyad mosque in Aleppo

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