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Politics Lurk In Dual Efforts To Defend Mexican Immigrants

The Mexican government has pledged $50M for legal help for immigrants via its consulates in the U.S.

Festival Aims for Nuanced Representation of Mexican Cinema

Tucson Cine Mexico is in its 14th edition, the longest-running festival of its kind in the US.

Gorsuch Pleads 5th to Lighthearted Questions from Flake

The Supreme Court nominee declined to admit to clothing crimes.

McSally Wants Details on Trump's Plans for Border Wall

She and Texas congressman ask Homeland Security, budget office for information.

Tucson Team to Study Dust on Space Bodies Slated for Exploration

Researchers at the Planetary Science Institute will study bodies without atmospheres looking for resources, dangers to future space missions.

Uranium Mine Near Grand Canyon Deals With Excess Water

Environmental group, two tribes concerned that the water might affect forest, sacred site.

3 Tucson Groups to Receive Funding to Fight Homelessness

Money comes from a lawsuit filed by Arizona Attorney General's office.

Supervisor Bronson: Gas Tax Could Be 'Tool in Toolbox'

An interview with the Pima County Supervisors chairperson.

US Supreme Court Upholds Validity of Tucson Election System

Court rejects Republican appeal that system violates one person, one vote provision.

State Tax Revenues Show Minor Gains in February

General fund runs 2% ahead of budget projection; highway user revenues down 2.7%.

Flake On Gorsuch: Nominee Right About Role of Courts

Senator gave his view at Monday’s Supreme Court nomination hearing.

Grijalva: Republican Health Care Plan Hurts Arizona

State Medicaid program estimates 380,000 residents will lose coverage.

In One Campus Building, a Window into the Cost of Deferred Maintenance

UA needs $350 million to catch up with campus repair, maintenance needs.

Episode 307: Far From Home, Young Refugees Finding Their Way in Arizona

Also, efforts from faith-based organizations and volunteers, and the economic impact of immigrants and refugees.

Legislature Moving Ahead with Arizona Budget

Funding for universities could be a hangup this year, House speaker says, though he expects completion soon.

Tucson Refugee Resettlement Nonprofits Fear Closures

Organizations say they wouldn't survive the travel ban sought by President Donald Trump.

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