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SALC Supports a YES vote on Prop 481

SALC Makes Rare Endorsement of Education Candidates

The Preschool Promise

Tucson Mayor Rothschild: Vote ‘no’ on Tucson ‘sanctuary city’ Prop. 205

SALC Leader Voices: Sarah Smallhouse

SALC Leader Voices: Mara Aspinall

SALC Leader Voices : Tom McGovern

SALC Leader Voices: Steve Lynn

SALC Leader Voices: Nancy Johnson

Ron Shoopman: Southern Arizona Leadership Council is a positive force for change

Our region’s key role in the space industry

2018 Summer Legislative Engagement Series Kicks Off

SALC Issues Statement Backing Governor’s Teacher Raise Proposal

Maxwell and McFarlin: Education reform begins with all of us

Greater Phoenix Leadership, Southern Arizona Leadership Council and Northern Arizona Leadership Alliance Support Gov. Ducey’s Education Funding Plan

Startup Licenses University of Arizona Technology That Shortens Cancer Cell Life

Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy

No on Prop 204 Campaign

Webinar: What’s Driving Tucson’s Economy?

Four Southern Arizonans named 2017 Flinn-Brown Fellows

SALC Opposes Prop. 204, recommends “no” vote on Strong Start Tucson initiative

SALC Successes Drive New Leadership Structure

SALC elects new officers and directors

Tucson Values Teachers Elects New CEO, COO

NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl Brings Football & Economic Opportunity

Arizona Votes No on 205

Vote No On 205

SALC Members Honored by GTL

Vote for TVT

UA’s MAP Dashboard Wins National Award

Arizona to Become Top Five Technology-Driven U.S. Economy

Yes on Pima County Bonds launches campaign effort