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Dan Hunting, senior policy analyst at Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University, was interviewed on KJZZ radio news to discuss education spending an

Child neglect is less visible than child abuse. But it’s a similarly dangerous type of child maltreatment in that the resulting negative outcomes too often last a lifetime.

Excerpt from The Arizona Republic editorial on Dec. 18, 2016:

While child abuse often captures news headlines and research studies, the fact is most Arizona children are removed from their homes and sent to foster care because of neglect, not abuse.

Cronkite News reported on the many obstacles Arizona Latinos face in obtaining higher education:

The Arizona Daily Sun reports that the Havasupai Tribe has asserted its water rights for the first time in filing a lawsuit seeking to halt groundwater withdrawals near the Grand Canyon’s

The following videos are panel discussions from the 2016 State of Our State Conference. The annual signature event by ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy was held Nov. 16 in Phoenix.

Richard N. Morrison is the first recipient of the Sue Clark-Johnson Leadership Award.

PHOENIX – Judge Ron Reinstein, John Lewis and Amanda Aguirre have joined the prestigious list of Arizona leaders who serve as Morrison Institute Distinguished Fellows.

Thom Reilly, director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy, writes in the Arizona Capitol Times that voters may be tasked with ultimately deciding the fate of state pensions aft

Hear about Arizona Gov. George Hunt from author David Berman, senior research fellow at Morrison Institute for Public Policy and Professor Emeritus of Political Science at ASU.

These stories about the 2016 State of Our State Conference were reported and written by students from the Arizona State University Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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