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Kratom shop owner explains her advocacy

Advocates tout kratom as an alternative to opioids.

Federal agencies concerned about rise in kratom use

Hearing from the Drug Enforcement Administration in Tucson.

Analyzing the budget: reporter Howard Fischer

Fischer has covered the Arizona Legislature for 30 years.

Lawmakers on the budget: State Rep. T.J. Shope

The Republican representative on his support for the proposed budget.

Lawmakers on the budget: State Rep. Kirsten Engel

The Democratic representative discusses the need for bipartisanship at the Capitol.

Lawmakers on the budget: State Sen. Paul Boyer

Sen. Boyer discusses his bill geared toward helping victims of childhood sex abuse.

Arizona budget debate; regulating kratom

Arizona 360 hears from state lawmakers about ongoing budget negotiations.

Pima County Supervisor Bronson Explains Vote to Accept Stonegarden Funding

Bronson was the swing vote in a 3-2 decision by the board.

Human Trafficking Part of Larger Cartel Strategy

Former DEA Tucson head Tony Coulson discusses when drug cartels added human smuggling to their business model.

How Border Policies Factor Into Surge in Central American Migration

A discussion with UA Center for Latin American Studies associate professor Elizabeth Oglesby.

Challenges at Arizona's Ports of Entry

Hearing from CBP's director of field operations and the Nogales port chief.

Ports of Entry; Border Policy & Migration; Cartel Smuggling

Plus, Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson discusses her vote to accept Operation Stonegarden funding.

UA Athlete On Successes On and Off the Court

Lindsey Malecha is a basketball player and aspiring surgeon.

Public Asked to Share Input on Proposal for Interstate 11

ADOT's preferred route calls for a new corridor west of Tucson.

UA President on What's Next After Forum on Free Speech

The event followed protests demanding Border Patrol be banned from campus.

UA President; Interstate 11 Hearings; Student Athlete

University of Arizona President Bobby Robbins discusses the role of free speech on campus.

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