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State and tribes sign new gaming compact
More casinos and games will be allowed as part of the new deals.
Supreme Court sides with Tucson on election timing
The Court ruled the state can’t force Tucson to change when it holds city elections.
Pima County stops using Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
The county is following CDC and FDA recommendations.
Arizona National Guard gets new commander
Brig. General Kerry Muehlenbeck is the first woman to lead the Arizona National Guard.
Fact Check: Governor Ducey’s letter to Phoenix Mayor
Ducey’s letter contains mistakes when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine numbers
State Senate panel moves to ban COVID-19 vaccine requirements
Local government and business would be banned from requiring vaccines for employees and customers.
State Senate committee takes aim at abortion
The bill would ban abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy.
Pima County keeps mask mandate
County officials say the Governor has overreached his power.
Pima County gets FEMA COVID-19 vaccine site
The state changes course on allowing FEMA to come in.
Ducey touts expanded vaccine eligibility at state pods
He also discusses why he denied FEMA permission to open vaccination sites in Pima County.
Friese joins race for U.S. House
The southern Arizona member of the legislature hopes to go to Congress.
Pima County expands COVID-19 vaccines to those age 16 and older
The county expansion comes with some restrictions.
Tucson checking contents of recycling bins
Contaminated materials in the recycling stream are costing the city $30,000 a month
Local officials talk about new federal stimulus package
The $1.9 trillion dollar package includes funding for schools, local and tribal governments.
State opens COVID-19 vaccines to all adults
People age 16 and up are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines at state pods.
State Sen. Engel running for Congress
The three-term lawmaker is hoping to replace Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick.
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