Politics and Government

Tucson mayor and City Council approve mandatory curfew

Dec 1, 2020 The nightly curfew will take effect on Friday evening at 10 p.m.

Attorney General Brnovich can challenge ABOR over DACA tuition

Nov 25, 2020 The state Supreme Court allows a tuition suit to go forward.

Major changes in environmental policy expected under Biden

Nov 25, 2020 Reclassifying Arizona waterways is among the items on the new administration's agenda

Mexico’s Senate approves marijuana legalization measure

Nov 22, 2020 Mexico’s lower house still needs to debate and pass the legislation for it to become law.

Overcoming Post-Election Partisan Hostility

Nov 19, 2020 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.

Voices On The Economy (VOTE)

Nov 18, 2020 A new approach to economics education takes on partisan hostility

McSally says goodbye to Senate

Nov 18, 2020 McSally thanked supporters in her final floor speech.

Ducey offers guidance, no new restrictions in COVID-19 briefing

Nov 18, 2020 Ducey had not given a live briefing since Oct. 28.

A conversation with Pima County Recorder-elect Gabriella Cázares-Kelly

Nov 17, 2020 Cázares-Kelly discusses her priorities and goals in her new role.

McSally concedes to Kelly in Arizona Senate race

Nov 13, 2020 The Republican called her Democratic opponent on Friday morning and offered to help with the transition, according to a statement.

Arizona COVID-19 case counts reaching summer levels

Nov 10, 2020 As daily numbers continue to rise, the state has been silent on implementing any new restrictions.

Missing and murdered Indigenous women study committee releases recommendations

Nov 6, 2020 The committee identified a list of legislative, data and law enforcement recommendations.

Here's what happens to an unreadable ballot in Arizona

Nov 5, 2020 Unfounded rumors about Sharpies don't match up with the process that takes place if a ballot is unreadable.

Navajo Nation shifts to curfews to decrease travel, exposure to COVID-19

Nov 5, 2020 Residents have been traveling to buy essentials as weekend lockdowns closed businesses in the nation, the president said.

Democrats poised to expand control of Pima County Board of Supervisors

Nov 4, 2020 After initial results, Steve Christy likely to be the board's sole Republican.

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