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Judge: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County need to settle fight over election data

GOP-led senate had asked for the court to compel compliance from the county

Trump administration faces lawsuit to stop land transfer of Indigenous religious site to mining company

The lawsuit says the destruction of Oak Flat violates the Apaches' right to religious freedom.

Land swap of Oak Flat due to start Friday

The transfer is opposed by San Carlos Apache tribal members who do not want it become a copper mine.

Gov. Ducey touts pandemic response, promises focus on education and tax cuts in annual address

The governor delivered his address virtually rather than in front of the state legislature.

Arizona GOP to vote on resolution to censure Cindy McCain

The move is in reaction to McCain's support of Joe Biden for president over Donald Trump

Arizona Legislature kicks off 2021 session amid virus surge

Republicans retain control of both chambers

Electors, tribal leaders react to seizure of Capitol building

The heads of the Tohono O'odham and Navajo Nation condemned the violence in Washington D.C.

Arizona electoral votes accepted after storming of the Capitol

Three AZ House members vote to reject Arizona's electoral votes.

Ducey to deliver 'state of the state' speech virtually

The plan is to limit the spread of COVID-19

Arizona tax agency head fired after defending education tax

Ducey administration appears to tie removal to Prop. 208

State election fraud email gets hundreds of responses

Most of the emails chastised Republicans for not accepting election outcome

AZ Senate issues subpoenas to Maricopa County

The legislative subpoenas require a forensic audit of election equipment.

Arizona casts 11 Electoral College votes

Trump supporters tried to cast their own votes.

Mark Kelly sworn in as senator, casts first vote

Two days after the election results became official, Arizona got a new U.S. senator.

Overcoming Post-Election Partisan Hostility

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The VOTE Program uses conversation to defuse political conflict, and a pair of personal reflections on Election 2020 from Adiba Nelson and Fenton Johnson.

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