Politics and Government

Episode 13: The Fourth R: Reductions

Apr 8, 2011 Arizona public schools begin the task of trimming another $183 million from their budgets - Arizona Week's 13th episode explores

What the Shutdown Means for Us

Apr 7, 2011 Arizona prepares for the local impact of a national problem, as a budget deal continues to elude the nation's leaders

Episode 12: Redistricting Arizona

Apr 1, 2011 Redrawing state congressional boundaries no longer involves 'smoke-filled back room,' experts say, but the system has fallen short of creating competitive election districts - more tonight at 8:30p.m., on PBS-HD

Finding a Home for Medical Marijuana

Mar 14, 2011 As state finalizes regulations about medical marijuana, local residents look for dispensary sites--and find a host of complex requirements

Medicaid Funding in Jeopardy

Mar 8, 2011 Healthcare providers uneasy about impact of imminent AHCCCS cuts

Episode 8: Medicaid Cuts Could Constrict State's Recovery

Mar 4, 2011 Health care for working poor, insurance rates, and the overall economy would all suffer if Arizona slashes or stops AHCCCS, experts say

Peace Corps Turns 50

Mar 2, 2011 UA fellows say international volunteer program continues to have relevance in the world

Episode 7: Federal Supremacy vs. Arizona's Rights

Feb 25, 2011 Attorney General Horne expects to defend state in several cases as Legislature gets confrontational

Web Feature: Saving the Mountain View

Feb 25, 2011 On Ft. Huachuca, one community group fights to preserve a long-forgotten piece of black history

Bush, Clinton to Chair New National Institute for Civil Discourse

Feb 21, 2011 Organization aims to advance the national discussion that arose in the wake of the Jan. 8 shooting and develop constructive solutions

Episode 6: 'Arizona Is Open for Business'

Feb 18, 2011 GOP governor says economic development package will put Arizona ahead of recovery

One Month On, Shooting Survivors Find Strength

Feb 11, 2011 Survivors Ron Barber and Pam Simon say there's a "whole lot yet to be done"

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Feb 11, 2011 Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

Episode 5: For AZ Economy, 'Less Dreadful Times Ahead'

Feb 11, 2011 Chamber exec, economist see slow movement now, more later with government help.

Kyl Wrapping Up Service

Feb 10, 2011 Arizona's junior senator is ready to walk away

More Pedal Power for Pima County

Feb 9, 2011 City and county officials are trying to increase bicycle use

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