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Where the Deal to Replace NAFTA Stands

A discussion with Bloomberg News reporter Eric Martin on the USMCA.

Tomato Agreement Changes Impact Arizona Distributors

New duties on imported tomatoes from Mexico kick in this month.

Mexican Consul in Tucson Talks Cross-Border Relationship

A discussion with Consul Ricardo Pineda.

Pima County Sheriff Describes Crisis at Border

A discussion with Sheriff Mark Napier.

Pima County Seeks Funding for Migrant Shelters

One option could be to use funds from the federal grant Operation Stonegarden.

Stonegarden Funding; Tomato Trade; USMCA Update

Pima County considers ways to fund shelters for asylum seekers.

Clean Elections Commissioner Concerned about Dark Money in Arizona

A discussion with Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commissioner Mark Kimble.

Kelly Outraises McSally in Early 2019 Donations for US Senate Race

Christopher Conover looked into early donation totals for the 2020 U.S. Senate race.

School Counselors Lacking in Arizona's Schools

UA Professor of Counseling Education Lia Falco described the benefits of having a counselor on campus.

Education Issues This Legislative Session

A discussion with the Yellow Sheet's Hank Stephenson.

#RedForEd's Focus One Year After Historic Demonstrations

A discussion with Tucson Education Association president Jason Freed.

#RedForEd Rally; K-12 Counselors; Campaign Fundraising

And how the issue of education has come up at the Capitol in 2019.

South Tucson Youth Center Serves Low-Income Families Year Round

A discussion about services offered at the John Valenzuela Youth Center.

What to Consider when Selecting a Licensed Professional

Advice for consumers from the BBB of Southern Arizona.

Benefits of Keeping Kids Active During Summer Break

A discussion Teddi Schnurr, an early childhood education faculty member at Pima Community College.

New Law Eases Requirements for Licensed Professionals Moving to Arizona

AP reporter Jonathan Cooper discusses the legislation with Arizona 360.

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