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    and pros and con related to the Phoenix initiative on pension reform Proposition 487 Read More Economic Development in Arizona Morrison Institute is providing research and analysis support to Arizona Commerce Authority over the next two years to develop a process to continually evaluate and refine the state s economic development opportunities Posted are 31 overview and executive summaries from recent years of various economic development reports for Arizona Read More Career and Technical Education Challenges facing CTE are likely to be overcome only if policymakers parents school officials and the business community work together Read More Morrison Institute Welcomes You Welcome to the Morrison Institute for Public Policy in the College of Public Service Community Solutions at ASU Currently our group of researchers is engaged in several projects studying and advising the state of Arizona with regard to past and future policy To see more information about the mission and staff please see the About section While other institutions may single out for study a particular side of an argument Morrison Institute has developed a uniquely non partisan model recognizing that Arizona s past and future always favors independence Our research must cut across all boundaries of age ethnicity gender economic status and locale That s why research undertaken by Morrison Institute addresses all sides of an issue and all those impacted by the policy enacted Our Seven Areas of Focus WATER Arizona and the West s water futures EDUCATION The evolving role of education in a new economy GOVERNANCE Governance elections and voter engagement CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS The growing Latino and aging populations ECONOMIC GROWTH Expand diversify and enhance trade with regional partners CRIMINAL JUSTICE Courts domestic violence and criminal justice policy HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH Health care and social service program evaluation Latino Public Policy Center The Latino Center

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    and pros and con related to the Phoenix initiative on pension reform Proposition 487 Read More Economic Development in Arizona Morrison Institute is providing research and analysis support to Arizona Commerce Authority over the next two years to develop a process to continually evaluate and refine the state s economic development opportunities Posted are 31 overview and executive summaries from recent years of various economic development reports for Arizona Read More Career and Technical Education Challenges facing CTE are likely to be overcome only if policymakers parents school officials and the business community work together Read More Morrison Institute Welcomes You Welcome to the Morrison Institute for Public Policy in the College of Public Service Community Solutions at ASU Currently our group of researchers is engaged in several projects studying and advising the state of Arizona with regard to past and future policy To see more information about the mission and staff please see the About section While other institutions may single out for study a particular side of an argument Morrison Institute has developed a uniquely non partisan model recognizing that Arizona s past and future always favors independence Our research must cut across all boundaries of age ethnicity gender economic status and locale That s why research undertaken by Morrison Institute addresses all sides of an issue and all those impacted by the policy enacted Our Seven Areas of Focus WATER Arizona and the West s water futures EDUCATION The evolving role of education in a new economy GOVERNANCE Governance elections and voter engagement CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS The growing Latino and aging populations ECONOMIC GROWTH Expand diversify and enhance trade with regional partners CRIMINAL JUSTICE Courts domestic violence and criminal justice policy HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH Health care and social service program evaluation Latino Public Policy Center The Latino Center

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  • About | Morrison Institute for Public Policy
    An Arizona State University resource Morrison Institute uses nonpartisan research analysis and public outreach to help improve the state s quality of life Morrison Institute was established in 1982 through a grant from Marvin and June Morrison of Gilbert Arizona in response to the state s growing need for objective research on public policy issues Through its history Morrison Institute has conducted important work on topics that span education reform water resources health care human services urban growth government structure arts and culture technology quality of life public finance environment sustainability and economic development Morrison Institute also manages Arizona Indicators an online collection site for data and analysis of key topics ranging from transportation to demographics to innovation In October 2012 Morrison Institute launched its Latino Public Policy Center to help clarify why and how Latino policy issues challenges and opportunities affect Arizona s future The Institute s main mission is to encourage public discussion using high quality current research and historical understanding to create an informed Arizona citizenry The Morrison Institute Advisory Board is a non partisan group of leading Arizona business people scholars public officials and public policy experts Financial support for Morrison Institute is provided by private

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  • News | Morrison Institute for Public Policy
    2016 Bill Hart of Morrison Institute at Arizona State University was a guest on KJZZ along with Beth Rosenberg director of child welfare and juvenile justice at Children s Action Alliance speaking about the report Juvenile Justice in Arizona The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy Read More Cronkite Millennials young Latino voters could make impact Thursday January 28 2016 Cronkite News reports that a study released last week by the Pew Research Center finds 44 percent of Hispanics eligible to vote in the United States are millennials those between ages 18 and 35 Historically Latinos and millennials have shown up at the polls in low numbers Less than half of the 23 3 million eligible Latino voters turned out to cast ballots in 2012 Read More Horizon The benefits of uniting nonprofits and government Wednesday January 27 2016 Steve Seleznow president and CEO of the Arizona Community Foundation and Morrison Institute Distinguished Fellow was a guest on Arizona Horizon along with Jill Watts director of Capacity Building Initiatives for the Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation Together they discuss how nonprofits and government can both benefit by joining forces Read More Governing Aging in public housing Thursday January 21 2016 Morrison Institute research analyst Erica McFadden and Arizona State University assistant professor Joanna Lucia wrote an article for Governing magazine regarding public housing for seniors Read More Capitol Times Water agency s funding greenlighted Monday January 18 2016 Arizona Capitol Times reported that after months of public prodding from water advocates Gov Doug Ducey announced he would allow the Arizona Department of Water Resources to hire staffers Sarah Porter director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute said Ducey has done a lot recently to demonstrate that he has a commitment to rebuild

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  • Events | Morrison Institute for Public Policy
    is Thursday Jan 28th 8 30AM Burton Barr Library 1221 N Central Ave First floor Read More The State Land Trust Fund Thursday December 10 2015 7 30am Arizona s Permanent Fund A Dilemma of Intergenerational Equity With the recent passage of Proposition 123 the voters will be asked to weigh in on significant measures related to state trust land next year The proposition increases K 12 school funding by changing distributions from the state land trust permanent fund Read More State of Our State Conference Friday November 20 2015 8 00am Phoenix Airport Marriott 1101 N 44th St Phoenix Read More Who is the Independent Voter Thursday November 12 2015 10 00am Join the Citizens Clean Elections Commission as we host an insightful panel discussion on who the independent voter is and how they view Arizona s future Rio Salado College Conference Center 2323 West 14th Street Tempe AZ 85281 RSVP ccec azcleanelections gov Opening Speakers Read More The Water Scare What Is Real Tuesday November 3 2015 9 30am Join us for a deep dive into the facts behind the hype and the fright about Arizona s water future Hear from Tom Buschatzke Director the Arizona Department of Water Resources Kathryn Sorensen Director City of Phoenix Water Services Department Brandon Loomis Arizona Republic environmental resources reporter David Wallace Arizona Republic visual journalist Wellington Duke Reiter Senior Sustainability Scientist Arizona State University Moderated by Richard Ruelas Arizona Republic reporter and Horizon and Horizonte guest host Arizona Historical Society at Papago Park 1300 N College Ave Tempe AZ 85281 TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE 25 registration fee includes coffee and pastries at check in and a boxed lunch with sandwich and drink Free parking available at the Arizona Historical Society See more at https az ticketsauce com e arizona water conference scare

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  • Projects | Morrison Institute for Public Policy
    resource the Kyl Center promotes research analysis collaboration and open dialogue to identify opportunities for consensus to ensure sound water stewardship for Arizona and the Western region for generations to come READ THE NEWS ABOUT THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH Read More Disability Policy Research Initiative of the Intermountain West DRIIM 2015 2020 Mission To conduct promote and disseminate high quality disability policy research that encourages collaboration public deliberation and action and ultimately greater community inclusion of people in the Intermountain West region Arizona Nevada New Mexico Colorado Utah Read More Arizona Citizens Initiative Review offers key findings on pension ballot issue 2014 Arizona successfully completed its inaugural Citizens Initiative Review an award winning citizen participant project to help voters better understand the pros and cons of complex ballot issues For this initial CIR Phoenix s pension reform proposal Proposition 487 was thoroughly examined for 3½ days by 20 participants who represented a sample of Phoenix voters based on demographic criteria Read More Career and Technical Education 2013 Present Education and training are the stepping stones to individual development and economic self sufficiency Trained entrepreneurs professionals and workers fuel business growth attract prized employers and drive statewide prosperity in all sectors As Arizona emerges from the Great Recession its future success requires an education system that provides future workers with the skills and credentials to meet the rising challenge of global competition Read More Economic Development in Arizona 2009 Present See Documents below for Executive Summary and 31 summary chapters The Arizona Commerce Authority has partnered with Morrison Institute for Public Policy on a two year project that will ultimately become part of an economic development strategy for the state This work is concentrated in four areas Read More The Arizona Indicators Project 2008 Present Looking for facts and figures about Arizona

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    home communities Read More Comprehensive Review and Analysis tags Arizona health Arizona Services Human Services Special Reports Monday January 4 2016 Author s Erica Skogebo McFadden Ph D Kim W Fisher Ph D Sang Eun Lee MPA Melissa Kovacs Ph D Maria Barajas Commissioned by the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council Morrison Institute for Public Policy recently completed a year long comprehensive state review of services strengths barriers and unmet needs for people with developmental disabilities DD and their families Read More Arizona s Pilot Citizen Initiative Review tags Arizona Citizens Initiative Review Arizona Policy Choices Elections Wednesday December 16 2015 Author s Morrison Institute Kettering Foundation Erica S McFadden Ph D Senior Management Research Analyst Contributors David Daugherty Ph D John Gastil Ph D Katherine Knobloch Ph D Daniel Schugurensky Ph D Joseph Garcia Avanti Haque Read More State of Our State 2015 Whitepaper A tags Criminal Justice Special Reports State of Our State Conference Tuesday November 17 2015 Author s Dan Hunting Arizona s Incarcerated Population Read More State of Our State 2015 Whitepaper B tags Criminal Justice Special Reports State of Our State Conference Tuesday November 17 2015 Author s Daryl R Fischer Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Reform Two Views Read More State of Our State 2015 Whitepaper C tags Criminal Justice Special Reports State of Our State Conference Tuesday November 17 2015 Author s Cassia Spohn The Sentencing Reform Movement Read More State of Our State 2015 Whitepaper D tags Criminal Justice Special Reports State of Our State Conference Tuesday November 17 2015 Author s Smart Justice Committee Smart Justice in Maricopa County Read More State of Our State 2015 Whitepaper E tags Criminal Justice Special Reports State of Our State Conference Tuesday November 17 2015 Author s Len Gilroy The Future of

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  • Blog Posts | Morrison Institute for Public Policy
    which Read More Disability issues among AZ policy challenges Thursday January 21 2016 Author Erica McFadden People often ask me why disability issues should be considered a top priority among all of the other pressing issues facing our state My answer Unaddressed disability issues contribute to many of Arizona s top policy challenges Read More In Memoriam Wes Steiner A Public Servant Tuesday January 19 2016 Author Kathleen Ferris A great man passed away on January 6 2016 just shy of his 94th birthday His name was Wes Steiner If you weren t around in the 60 s 70 s or 80 s you might not have heard of Wes But the western water community knew him well He was a Read More Supreme Court urged by unions to continue nonmember fees Tuesday January 12 2016 Author Thom Reilly There seems to be a consensus among political pundits and national media that the U S Supreme Court is poised to overturn a 40 year precedent that requires public sector workers to pay unions regardless of membership status Oral arguments in Read More Wanted A Few Good Leaders Tuesday January 12 2016 Author Kathleen Ferris Lead is a verb It means to guide to show the way Protecting Arizona s water future will require our elected officials to lead us forward the way past generations took charge when it mattered before There is no better example of the Read More 2 legislative priorities for Arizona water Sunday January 3 2016 Author Sarah Porter Somehow the Arizona Legislature must figure out a way to make it snow heavily over the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains About 40 percent of Arizona s water comes from the Colorado River which is primarily fed by Rocky Mountain Read More 1 2 3 4 5

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