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How do earlier primaries influence Arizonans?
About two dozen states will hold primary events before Arizona.
Iowans caucus for Democratic candidates in Green Valley
It was one of nearly 100 satellite locations in the U.S.
Caucusing in Arizona, voting security, Operation Stonegarden denied
Plus, barriers to opioid treatment in rural Arizona.
What Arizona’s opioid prescription guidelines mean for physicians
An expert says old prescribing habits are hard to change, but that there has been a noticeable shift.
Thousands of calls placed to Arizona’s opioid help hotline
Officials say the line has helped thousands since its launch and has also saved lives.
Pima County sees growing demand for affordable housing
A county official discusses factors that contribute to a lack of access.
Economic impacts from Arizona’s $12 minimum wage
UA Eller College of Management economist Juan Pantano weighs in on its effect.
Teacher shortages, minimum wage increase straining school districts
A discussion with Pima County Schools Superintendent Dustin Williams.
Education funding, minimum wage increase, affordable housing
Plus, how Arizona's opioid help hotline is helping prevent overdoses.
Treating chronic pain without an opioid prescription
A look at emerging options for patients.
Former inmate-turned-advocate on the challenges of transitioning from prison
Maggie Maloney served eight years in the Arizona prison system.
Town of Florence assessing impact of possible prison closure
About 10% of the town budget is tied to the Florence State Prison.
Journalists roundtable: New legislative session, 2020 campaigns, impeachment trial
Plus, their approach to covering the presidential election.
Journalists roundtable, Florence prison closure, treating chronic pain
Plus, a former inmate discusses challenges of transitioning from prison.
Political strategists on the potential for a ‘blue wave’ in Arizona
They discussed high-profile races for the U.S. Senate and White House.
Arizona’s Democratic legislative leaders on goals for new session
A discussion with House minority leader Charlene Fernandez and Senate minority leader David Bradley.
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