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Tucson, State Argue Gun Destruction before Supreme Court

City declares sovereignty under its charter; state says its law prevails.

Raucous Crowd for McSally's First Town Hall of Year

250 attend, hundreds more wait outside; congresswoman promises more such meetings.

McSally to Hold In-Person Town Hall

The Southern Arizona Republican will take public questions on Thursday in Sahuarita.

Arizona Scientists On Edge Over Trump Environment Promises

President promised to relax or eliminate many environmental protections.

Monsanto Pulls Tax Break Request, But Stays in County

Widespread opposition to the agricultural giant's plans for a corn-seed operation near Marana.

Tucson Calls for Arguments on Sales Tax Increase Proposal

Submit 300-word pro or con for May election on proposal for half-cent increase.

Episode 123: Local Politics After Divisive 2016 Election

Incoming City Council elections, a Latina business advocate on Trump's executive actions, and more.

Tucsonans Protest Trump's Order on Immigration

Police estimate more than 700 people gather at federal courthouse downtown.

Refugees No Threat to Security, Tucson Advocate Says

After lengthy vetting, 1,300 came to Tucson last year; more were expected in 2017.

15,000 People Turn Up For Tucson Women's March

Organizers had expected between 2,000 and 5,000.

Ducey: More Money for Schools, 'Above, Beyond Inflation'

He promises permanent solution for teacher pay increases, focus on low-income schools.

Three Elections in Store for Tucsonans in 2017

City will vote on sales tax, open seats on City Council.

Change to How Electoral College Votes? Not Likely in Arizona

Bill to go with national popular vote passed state House, but won't be brought up soon.

Tucsonans Seek Civility: Engage with Those in Disagreement

Efforts ongoing to bridge divisive election cycle; 'don't depend on our leaders.'

Arizona's Freshmen Lawmakers Learn Capitol's Ins and Outs

Tucsonans among the nearly one-third of the Legislature newly elected for 2017.

City of Tucson, State Square Off over Ban on Gun Destruction

Attorney general's office goes to court to seek repeal of city law; Council votes to fight it.

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