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Debating Free Speech

A protest and arrest on the University of Arizona campus has raised questions about free speech.

Arizona Joins 47 Other States With Cellphone-Driving Law

The move follows recent deaths and a wave of restrictions enacted by local governments across the state.

Charges Dropped Against UA Students Who Protested Border Patrol on Campus

Pima County declined to prosecute; the UA code of conduct investigation continues.

Court Won't Immediately Stop Wait-in-Mexico Asylum Policy

The federal appeals court temporarily blocked a ruling barring the Trump administration from making asylum seekers wait in Mexico.

First Fentanyl Lab Discovered In Northwest Mexican State of Sinaloa

Authorities say the lab had the capacity to produce hundreds of thousands of pills of the powerful and deadly opiate.

Demonstrators Attend Meeting Over UA Handling of Border Patrol Protesters

The meeting marks the latest in the controversy over a March protest of Border Patrol by three students, who were issued citations by UA Police.

Nearly $1B in Contracts Awarded for Border Fence Sections

The removal and replacement projects will replace vehicle fencing with pedestrian fencing.

More US Officers May be Reassigned to Deal With Border Crush

The temporary reassignments, up from the current 750 inspectors, threaten to slow the movement of commercial trucks.

Border Officials Releasing Detained Migrants in Yuma

Some politicians pushed back against the practice, while officials have used the term "breaking point" to describe the situation at the border.

Court Denies Asylum Appeal by Police Officer From Sonora

The Ninth Circuit decision means the former Mexican police officer is almost out of ways to avoid deportation.

Desperate Migrant Families Overwhelm US Border Agencies

The Border Patrol says it made an all time monthly high of about 66,000 apprehensions of people crossing the border in February.

Crowd Protests as Family is Arrested by Border Patrol

Protesters say agents separated a 12-year-old girl from her mother and father, who were arrested for not having the proper visa to be in the U.S. legally.

2,200 Quarantined Over Mumps Outbreak at Immigration Centers

The outbreak has renewed long-held concerns over access to medical care at immigration facilities.

Tribal Leaders: Law Enforcement Understaffed, Underfunded

Navajo, Hopi and San Carlos Apache leaders have asked a House subcommittee for more funding.

Guidelines Ask Agents to Target Spanish Speakers at Border

The guidance applies to a program requiring asylum seekers wait in Mexico.

Cochise County Creates New Legal Department

The county made the office to reduce conflicts of interest in cases.

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