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Some Undocumented Farmworkers Could Benefit from Obama's Immigration Changes

Although executive action doesn't address them directly, many have children who are US citizens.

Tucson Business-Friendly Ordinance Struck Down

Judge says giving edge to local businesses in competing for city government contracts is unconstitutional.

Republican Martha McSally, Democrat Ron Barber at AZPM debate Oct. 7, 2014.

McSally Urges Federal Court to Dismiss Barber Vote Count Suit

Democrat's campaign wants Pima, Cochise counties to count 133 rejected ballots.

Report reveals extensive problems with Arizona private prisons with safety and cost. A group that has been advocating against prison privatization in Arizona will release an extensive report reviewing the private prisons.

State Execution Secrecy Lawsuit Put on Hold

Death of convicted killer Joseph Rudolph Wood took nearly two hours, putting process under magnifying glass.

Brewer's SB 1070 Behind-the-Scenes Book Notes Get Subpoenaed

ACLU lawyers seek to get evidence that Arizona immigration law was passed with 'discriminatory intent.'

Grijalva: Congress Should Take Immigration Reform Further

Chairman of liberal caucus says Obama executive actions prodding lawmakers into more changes.

Head of Phoenix VA Hospital Fired

News come months after Sharon Helman was placed on administrative leave over delayed patient care, other issues.

Mexican Consulate Flooded with Calls Since Obama’s Immigration Changes

Officials set up hotline and mobile app to help prevent scams, provide correct information.

Lawmakers: Taxes on E-Cigarettes Could Bring Millions in Revenue

Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee explores options to deal with possible $1B deficit.

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenge of Driver's License Ban

Gov. Brewer had requested court to reconsider ruling striking down Arizona policy denying privileges to 'Dreamers.'

Arizona's Largest Utility Would Oppose Energy Efficiency Changes

Corporation Commission recently drafted amendments to rules it set in 2010.

UPDATE: Barber Campaign Goes to Federal Court Over Vote Count

Suit filed also includes 3 voters seeking inclusion of 133 previously disqualified ballots in Pima, Cochise counties.

Barber Campaign Asks State to Count More Votes

Race against McSally had 'errors and omissions' in disqualifying more than 160 ballots, secretary of state told.

AZ WEEK: 'Obama's Immigration News Good Economically, Bad Politically'

Local policy, law experts weigh in on president's executive orders deferring deportation for millions of undocumented migrants in US.

Lea Márquez-Peterson, the president of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about her testimony to a congressional subcommittee about the importance of international trade, especially with Mexico.

Tucson Business Leader Will Help Ducey with Economic Development

Lea Márquez-Peterson will co-chair governor-elect's committee that aims to attract more employers and improve international trade.

Border Patrol Sued Over Arivaca Checkpoint

Town residents allege 1st Amendment right violations, racial profiling.

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