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Women testify about squalid conditions in Border Patrol detention centers

Two women who were in Border Patrol custody in the Tucson Sector nearly four years apart described similar circumstances of freezing cells in squalid conditions, as a trial over the treatment of migrants in Southern Arizona continued for a second day.

Ducey eliminates defunct boards and commissions, but the work continues for many

Gov. Doug Ducey got a large round of applause from fellow Republicans during his State of the State speech when he announced that he had signed an executive order that rescinded nearly two dozen orders from previous governors and scrapped 18 boards and commissions they dealt with.

Kelly raises $20 million, McSally $12 million in 2019 for Senate race

Sen. Martha McSally raised more than $12 million in 2019, more than any of her colleagues in the U.S Senate, but that wasn’t enough to outpace her presumptive Democratic opponent Mark Kelly in one of the most hotly contested 2020 Senate races in the country.

Ducey’s plan to combat anti-vaxxers is more PSAs

Arizona is on the precipice of a public health crisis because more and more parents refuse to get their children vaccinated because of misinformation spread by people who say vaccines are dangerous, despite evidence to the contrary.

AZ Republican lawmaker disagrees with Ducey on refugee resettlement – sort of

A Republican lawmaker is pulling back on statements he made opposing the resettlement of refugees in Arizona that were published in a conservative blog and criticized Gov. Doug Ducey’s proclamation that Arizona would welcome refugees.

4 things Ducey will discuss in his state of the state speech

Governors understandably like to keep their state of the state speeches under tight wraps so that their pronouncements land with the desired weight when the governor addresses the full legislature – and the state – from the floor of the Arizona House of Representatives.

The challenges facing electric vehicles in Arizona

A newly released report by Pew Trusts found that Arizona ranks among the top 20 states for its number of charging stations for electric cars, but the state is still lagging on making infrastructure for them a priority.

4 local governments follow Ducey’s lead, open doors to refugees

The state’s two largest counties and cities have sent letters to the U.S. Department of State saying new refugees can call neighborhoods in Phoenix, Tucson and Maricopa and Pima counties home.

No plans for return of defeated sex offender registry bill

A proposal that would have allowed some people to have their names removed from Arizona’s sex offender registry appears unlikely to return in the...

Bolles car headed for storage, no new home found

A piece of Arizona history will once again go into storage and out of the public’s view.The 1976 Datsun 710 that Arizona Republic reporter...
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