Sinema breaks with Dems on effort to overturn Trump power plant rule

The U.S. Senate on Thursday rejected Democrats’ attempt to overturn a controversial Trump administration power plant regulation. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was one of three Democrats who sided with the Republicans.

When the president of the United States green lights a massacre

Kurdish civilians are being slaughtered. U.S. troops have been fired upon. Russian President Vladimir Putin is thrilled. Iran is ecstatic. President Trump is clueless about how to fix the bloody and violent mess he created.
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Auditor General finds deficiencies in ABOR real estate dealings

University of Arizona failed to properly oversee a commercial real estate project and allowed millions of dollars to be improperly spent, and there is a general lack of transparency and oversight at university real estate projects overseen across the state by the Arizona Board of Regents, state auditors concluded.

Bipartisan condemnation of Trump’s Syria actions, but 3 AZ Republicans stand with him

Three Arizona Republicans voted against a resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday condemning President Donald Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from northern Syria.

Dems lead AZGOP in 2020 election fundraising, but Ward improves on rough start

The Arizona Democratic Party is substantially outpacing its Republican rivals in fundraising so far in the 2020 election cycle, and the AZGOP has raised less money than in most recent election cycles.

Arizona lawmakers have held few town halls in 2019, and Republicans have had none

A report by the Town Hall Project found that Arizona lawmakers have held just 28 town halls so far this year – and 19 of those were held by Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona.

More than 750K immigrant Arizonans, families spared from ‘public charge’ changes, for now

A new criteria for a public charge test applied to people seeking a U.S. immigrant visa or green card that indirectly affects roughly 755,000 Arizona residents was blocked last week from implementation by courts...

Navajo buy-back program hit wall as many owners refused to sell, land commissioner says

The latest round of the Department of Interior’s federal buy-back program aimed at consolidating ownership of tribal lands hit a wall in Navajo country, as three-quarters of buy-back offers were not accepted.

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