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Analysis shows how Trump's census change would impact Congress
The Pew Research Center used 2017 data to estimate how many undocumented people are in each state.
Two Confederate monuments removed in Arizona amid broader push
The monuments were removed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, who requested the state "regift" them for repairs.
Tucson repeals controversial ordinance on police crime scenes
Groups like the ACLU opposed the rule, which was widely criticized as an attempt to prevent the recording of police.
Celebrating Juneteenth during a pandemic
Though Tucson had to cancel its event, an organizer says the day is still an opportunity to honor Black independence, culture and family.
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Also on Arizona Spotlight: A plea on behalf of sacred lands threatened by border wall construction; and a "thank you" to comic book legend Dennis O'Neil.
Tucson Police Department policies draw scrutiny amid calls for change
Advocates for defunding TPD say reforms the department casts as "progressive" don't go far enough.
TPD chief says his force has already taken steps to reform
Tucson police have adopted rules to de-escalate conflict.
More common than Parkinson's, but less known: How Tucsonans with aphasia are navigating the pandemic
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Has the meaning of Juneteenth changed?
Tucson City Council to revisit ordinance on recording police
Members of the council said they'll be looking for more feedback on the ordinance, which garnered a wave of attention on social media.
Arizona Democrats among those backing sweeping police reform bill
The bill would ban the use of chokeholds and make it easier to hold officers accountable.
Black Lives Matter event draws thousands to UA; group says police presence broke agreement
The organization says it will no longer host events in collaboration with the university.
Adiba Nelson asks “What will it take for America to understand the pain of Black women?”
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Preserving the hidden history of one of Tucson's oldest Black communities; SpaceX launches a new era in space travel; and - was Speedway Boulevard ever really the ugliest street in America?
Tucson candlelight vigil for George Floyd draws hundreds
Organizers urged peaceful protest and called for changes like increased civilian oversight of police.
Immigration advocates: Exposure to COVID-19 higher than reported in ICE detention
Tucson legal aid group says a third of their clients tested positive for the virus once released.
As Supreme Court nears decision, thousands of DACA recipients are on the COVID-19 front lines
The court could rule on the future of the Obama-era policy and some 650,000 current recipients in the coming weeks.
Border residents: Border Patrol agents not wearing protective gear at checkpoints
The agency says front-line agents are provided with masks, but federal guidelines don't require them.
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