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Monday, 24 October 2016 00:00

DO YOU WANT TO VOTE?

Kids Voting Arizona allows you to do just that! Over the last several Presidential Elections Kids Voting has had the same results as the winners of the real Presidential Elections. Join your peers and become part of the largest election in Kids Voting history. Click here to vote now! Remember every vote counts!
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 00:00

SOLITARY CONFINEMENT BANNED

Solitary confinement, a long used tool used to punish those in detention facilities, can no longer be used on juvenile offenders in federal prison facilities. Solitary confinement is the practice of isolating people in closed cells for 22-24 hours a day virtually free from human contact and is known to have devastating and lasting psychological effects on those individuals who have had to endure this punishment. This executive order comes as part of a string of several criminal justice reforms. To read more click here.
Monday, 24 October 2016 00:00

What do you think?

Join kids across Arizona and take a poll about who you think should be our next president? Click here to tell us what you think. Once you submit your answer you will be able to see the current poll results.
Monday, 03 October 2016 00:00

KIDS VOTING IN BEAR ESSENTIALS NEWS

Have you heard about Kids Voting? Bear Essentials News has and they created a feature piece on this great organization that you can see by clicking here. Kids Voting is a voter education program created especially for you! Polls will open up 30 days before November 8th presidential primary which means it is almost here! So, it’s time to get brushed up on the issues and learn more about our presidential candidates and vote! Follow this link to go to Kids Voting Arizona or if you are not from Arizona click here to find your state affiliate. 
Tuesday, 26 July 2016 00:00

DANGERS IN DRIVING ON PROM NIGHT

Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers in the United States. In 2014, 2,270 teens ages 16-19 died in motor vehicle accidents . That is equal to six teens dying in accidents every day. Teenagers actually drive less often than all age groups, except for the oldest group of drivers, but the fatal crash rate for ages 16-19 is three times higher than drivers 20 and older.