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Tucsonans Protest Trump's Order on Immigration

Police estimate more than 700 people gather at federal courthouse downtown.

Affordable Care Act Enrollment Closed; Now What?

Some want Obamacare repealed, but not right away.

Refugees No Threat to Security, Tucson Advocate Says

After lengthy vetting, 1,300 came to Tucson last year; more were expected in 2017.

White House: 'Dreamers' Not a Deportation Priority For Now

Press secretary says the focus is deporting dangerous criminals.

15,000 People Turn Up For Tucson Women's March

Organizers had expected between 2,000 and 5,000.

Southern Arizonans with Connections to Trump, Pence

Also, a look at the speaking styles of presidents, connections to larger social patterns.

Pima County Republicans to Host Inauguration Celebrations

Morning and evening events are planned for Friday.

Tucsonans Traveling to DC for Women's March on Washington

The march is expected to draw 100s of thousands from around the world Saturday.

Grijalva Joins Lawmakers Not Attending Trump Inauguration

Southern Arizona Democrat says he can’t say it is 'OK' to accepting behavior.

Can't Get to Women's March in DC? Go to Downtown Tucson

One of 281 sister marches taking place around the world.

State Not Likely to Drop Gun Suit Against Tucson

The law barring destruction of seized weapons is not likely to change.

Ducey: More Money for Schools, 'Above, Beyond Inflation'

He promises permanent solution for teacher pay increases, focus on low-income schools.

Three Elections in Store for Tucsonans in 2017

City will vote on sales tax, open seats on City Council.

State Legislative Leaders: Education Is Top Priority

Also, a conversation with state Treasurer Jeff DeWit on the economy.

Year-End: Arizona Stays Red in Presidential Race

Political reporter Christopher Conover discusses run for the White House.

Change to How Electoral College Votes? Not Likely in Arizona

Bill to go with national popular vote passed state House, but won't be brought up soon.

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