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Questions from the Pews – Miracles

This week’s question was emailed in: “Dear Bart, I would be very interested in hearing an informed discussion of Miracles and their place in current Jewish/Christian practice… a. What purpose did miracles serve for authors of the bible? b. Does the Christian Faith require belief in miracles?

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Join us tomorrow night at 6:00pm to hear how these candidates would change the criminal justice system in Pima County. ... See MoreSee Less

Pima County Attorney Candidate Town Hall

July 26, 2016, 6:00pm - July 26, 2016, 10:00pm

St. Mark's Presbyterian Church - Tucson

As a congregation concerned with various criminal justice issues, we are pleased to invite candidates for Pima County Attorney to an evening with the voters. Invited Guests: Joel Feinman, Cyndi Tuell, Barbara LaWall (declined) Moderator: Bruce Burke (local attorney) Joel Feinman (Democrat) began his career in the Pima County Public Defender's office as a criminal trial lawyer right out of U of A law school. He has vowed to improve the felony trial win rate and the attorney turnover rate within the Pima County Attorney's office. Cyndi Tuell (Green) is an attorney and conservation advocate for nonprofit environmental conservation groups. She also has worked as a private attorney on public lands management issues in Arizona since 2007. Barbara LaWall (Democrat) has been Pima County's Attorney since 1996 when she became the first female elected to the position. Her top priorities as Pima County Attorney have been holding criminals accountable through tough prosecution, working to prevent crime in our community, providing a variety of supportive services to victims of crime, and running a cost-effective office. The Democratic Primary election is August 30, 2016 and the General Election is November 8. The last day to register to vote in the primary, or change party affiliation, is August 1.

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