Politics and Government

Democrats stop budget vote in AZ House

Jun 22, 2021 The minority party staged a walkout and stopped the voting process.

Haaland announces investigation into Indigenous boarding schools

Jun 22, 2021 She said 'at no time in history' has such a probe reflected the true impact of the policy among Indigenous families.

Bolick enters race for Secretary of State

Jun 22, 2021 The state legislator from Phoenix joins a growing crowd in the Republican primary.

Government watchdog finds Army Corps expedited border wall contracts

Jun 21, 2021 The report found the Corps awarded over $4 billion in noncompetitive contracts, green-lit some work before terms were agreed.

Republicans view Arizona as a purple state

Jun 21, 2021 Republican elections leaders are trying to downplay Trump’s effect.

A conversation about Juneteenth and critical race theory

Jun 18, 2021 Some are feeling frustrated and hope conversations turn to what society owes people harmed by systemic racism.

Public radio investigates tribal jails, finds tragedy

Jun 17, 2021 The investigation identifies a 'pattern of neglect and mismanagement that lead to their death.'

Legislature passes wildfire relief bill

Jun 17, 2021 Hundreds of millions of dollars will go to help fight wildfires and communities impacted by the fires.

Tohono O'odham Nation advocates in Congress for properly funded federal services

Jun 17, 2021 Tribal leaders call out government's failure to fulfill promises to fund hospitals, school and detention centers in tribal lands.

Florida sending cops to Arizona border

Jun 16, 2021 The Florida announcement comes with criticism of Biden border policies.

Matt Salmon enters race for Governor

Jun 16, 2021 The former Congressman is joining the Republican primary.

Ducey blocks ASU policy requiring masks for unvaccinated students

Jun 15, 2021 Executive order would apply to all of the state's public universities and community colleges

House bill introduced to ensure access to health data for tribes

Jun 15, 2021 If passed, tribal health authorities wouldn't have to 'negotiate' for information to inform health policy.

Voter intimidation effort reported in Yavapai County

Jun 15, 2021 No one has to reveal how they voted

Controversial audit of 2020 election hits hand-count milestone

Jun 15, 2021 Counters finish a tally of all the regular ballots cast in November’s general election

Bolding runs for Sec. of State

Jun 14, 2021 The top Democrat in the Arizona House of Representatives wants to be the state’s top election officer.

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