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Grijalva and Ciscomani sitdown together

The talk was an opportunity to hear about differences and common ground.

AZ Supreme Court agrees to hear abortion challenge

The state's 15-week abortion ban will be decided by the justices.

Cochise County Supervisors don't approve measures to prevent ballot fraud

Recorder resigns as interim County Elections Director

Vail could become its own town

The issue may end up in court before voters get to it.

Ciscomani wants to expand rural internet access with new legislation

CONNECT Act hopes to address issues with existing program.

Freeze on DACA approvals leaves thousands of Arizona migrants in limbo

While the Department of Homeland Security stopped processing first-time DACA applications in October 2022, those who have coverage are still able to apply for renewal.

MMIP task forces are given years to solve a problem centuries in the making

Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Task Force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People face a “big ask” – to “reduce and end violence against Indigenous people” in the state.

Kelly and Sinema criticize federal funding “failure” for migrant aid programs

Pima County warns migrant services may stop if funding is not increased.

Douglas council member files open meeting law complaint with Attorney General

The council member claims that an item was removed from the agenda without a motion

Attorney General Releases New Guidelines on Reproductive Data Privacy

Online privacy measures are recommended to protect those seeking reproductive healthcare.

Arizona schools chief targets transgender students and bathrooms

In a Thursday press release, Tom Horne said parents are expressing concerns over allowing transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.

The Buzz: What's changing in campaign finance before 2024

As the next presidential election approaches, we ask if who pays for campaigns is getting clearer.

Western states will not lose as much Colorado River water in 2024, despite long-term challenges

Bountiful snowfall and rain last winter pulled much of the region out of drought this spring and raised water levels at key reservoirs.

Federal officials plan to announce 2024 cuts along the Colorado River. Here's what to expect

The river provides water for seven U.S. states, 29 Native American tribes and two states in Mexico.

Border is an “Existential Crisis” to House Republicans

Five Congressional Republicans condemned President Biden’s border policy at a subcommittee hearing Tuesday afternoon in Cochise County.

Biden creates new national monument near Grand Canyon

Tribes in Arizona have been pushing the president to use his authority under the Antiquities Act of 1906 to create the new national monument.

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