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Kimberly Craft talks with Steve Kozachik Tucson City Council for Ward 6 about signs of fracture in the Republican delegation of Southern Arizona.

The Republican Rift

Republican council member calls his party dysfunctional

Nuclear Security in a Post Cold War World

Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations and the Partnership for a Secure America

Arizona Capitol Dome

Episode 14: Arizona's Unique Political Dynamics

Redistricting, Kyl, Giffords combo makes the state's political scenario more interesting than usual - Arizona Week explores

We talk with Nancy Everhart the President of American Association of School Librarians and Jerrilyn "Jerri" Blackman a Librarian at Utterback Magnet Middle School about cuts in education.

Spending Cuts and School Libraries

National association honors local school library for excellence, just as deep education cuts force its longtime librarian out of her job

Assessing the Economic Impacts of Immigration

Immigration Week at the UA

literacy and the courts

Court Upholds SB 1070 Stay

Federal appeals court decision keeps key blocks to controversial immigration law

Christopher Conover and Jim Nintzel, a senior writer at the Tucson Weekly, discuss current political events.

Political Focus: Budgets and Brinkmanship

Tucson Weekly's Jim Nintzel joins Arizona Illustrated for a discussion of this week's political news

Christopher Conover sits down to talk with Gabriel Thompson, author of "Working in the Shadows."

Working in the Shadows

Author Gabriel Thompson chronicles the lives of workers doing America's least-wanted jobs

TUSD children in classroom.

Episode 13: The Fourth R: Reductions

Arizona public schools begin the task of trimming another $183 million from their budgets - Arizona Week's 13th episode explores

Lawmakers have until midnight April 8 to agree on a budget or the government will shut down.

What the Shutdown Means for Us

Arizona prepares for the local impact of a national problem, as a budget deal continues to elude the nation's leaders

We speak to five residents who have filed with the Tucson city clerk because they are interested in running for mayor.

Mayoral Candidates Speak Up

The five Tucson residents who have filed with the city clerk to run for mayor share their reasons for running

Kimberly Craft interviews Will Humble the director of ADHS

Medical Marijuana Regulations Released

ADHS director wants to make Arizona the model for the nation

What Immigration Raids Tell Us About Latino Families and the State

Immigration Week at the UA

State Senator Linda Lopez (D-Tucson) sits down with Christopher Conover to discuss the Fiesta Bowl ethics probe and the new state budget.

A Long Night for the Legislature

State Sen. Linda Lopez discusses the week's events at the capitol, including the House's passage of a revised budget

Episode 12: Redistricting Arizona

Redrawing state congressional boundaries no longer involves 'smoke-filled back room,' experts say, but the system has fallen short of creating competitive election districts - more tonight at 8:30p.m., on PBS-HD

Christopher Conover tells us more about Arizona's new abortion law in this week's Political Focus.

Governor Signs Abortion Bill

In this Arizona Illustrated Political Focus, political reporter Christopher Conover explains a new bill, now signed into law, that makes gender and racial selection abortions a felony

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