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How Deep Was the State Budget Cut?

Arizona Public Media’s Political Team takes a look at the state budget six months into the fiscal year.

Mark Kelly reviews the events in his life of 2011 by talking on his novel, career, N.A.S.A., recent retirement from the U.S. Navy, and the recovery of his wife, congresswoman Gabriel Giffords.

Kelly: Giffords Speaking in Full Sentences

Wounded congresswoman's recovery measured in weekly improvement

Republican Senator President, Steve Pierce talks on 2012 and ways to improve the budget, economic growth in jobs, taxes and other topics to help Arizona grow as a state.

New Senate President Weighs in on 2012

Republican Steve Pierce discusses legislators' plans for battling Arizona's debt

Christopher Conover brings us this week's political focus.

Immigration Arizona's Greatest Problem, Residents Say

Polls show immigration and education are top priorities for Arizonans

Attorney Mike Rankin discusses the violations that Occupy Tucson participants are facing and provides details about the repeat offenders' situations.

City Attorney: Occupy Tucson Citations Don't Stifle Assembly Rights

Tucson City Attorney Mike Rankin discusses reasons for continued citations, possible legal action facing Occupy Tucson demonstrators

Occupy Tucson participants continue to clash with law enforcement officials.

700 Citations Issued to Occupy Tucson Participants

Activists keep movement alive in downtown park 'to practice free speech'

Tucson Mayor, Jonathan Rothschild (D) discusses his recent election and what it means for the future of Tucson.

New Mayors Pledge Cooperation, Economic Help

Phoenix, Tucson leaders discuss agendas, philosophies, tactics for next four years

Republican Jonathan Paton (left), Former Chair, Pima County Democrat Paul Eckerstrom (center left) and AZPM's Andrea Kelly (center right) talk on how the presidential race is shaping up, examine the court fight for healthcare in the state and how congressman Raul Grijalva picks a fight with Sheriff Joe.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, Dec. 9, 2011

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of local, state, national politics

UA Department of Communication Professor, Kate Kenski Ph.D. informs us on the conflicting polls that are happening a year before the Presidential election and what they all mean.

How To Read A Poll

The political polls and percentages are flying, but what do they mean?

Political Focus: Grijalva May Have a Democratic Challenger

Five-term congressman had close call in 2010, may face a primary race in 2012

Three incumbent councilmembers are seeking re-election later this year, but they are facing opposition.

State: Stop Partisan Elections; Tucson: Stop Meddling

Arizona Supreme Court hears arguments on Tucson's election system

"The Border Project" examines historical and contemporary life in the U.S./Mexico borderlands region by having a celebration with art, performances, films and photography. This project treats Arizona and Sonora as partners with shared histories, dreams and political realities.

Border Project Examines Life on the Edge

UA exhibit explores history, landscape and culture along the U.S.-Mexico border

Andrea Kelly and Christopher Conover interview Democratic Mayoral Candidate Jonathan Rothschild.

Rothschild Becomes Mayor of Tucson

Democrat presides over first City Council meeting as Walkup says goodbye

Bob McLendon (left) the vice chair and Fred Duval (right) the chair are retiring members of the Arizona Board of Regents they sit down to talk about their time on the Board as well as what is next for higher eduction.

Board of Regents' Top 2 Officers Departing

Chair Duval, Vice Chair McLendon end their terms

Former Republican spokesman, Daniel Scarpinato (left), Democrat, Rodd McLeod (center left), and AZPM's Andrea Kelly (center right), take a look at how the republican presidential race is shaping up, mayor Bob Walkup's legacy and if senator Kyle really is walking napalm.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, Dec. 2, 2011

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of local, state, national politics

Redistricting Chair in Tough Position, Legal Expert Says

IRC's Mathis, under fire from governor and Senate, may find objectivity difficult

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