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Judge to hear arguments on halting redistricting selection process

A Maricopa County Superior Court judge will hear arguments Thursday morning over whether to temporarily halt the selection process for the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission during a lawsuit seeking to disqualify two finalists for the panel.

Judge denies Pascua Yaqui tribe’s request for an early voting site

Voters living in the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in southern Arizona won’t have an early voting site reinstated, a federal judge ruled last week in a lawsuit filed by the Tribe against the Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez. 
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Court filing: Parents of 545 migrant children separated in 2017 can’t be found

The parents of 545 migrant children who were separated in 2017 by the U.S. government have yet to be found and most were deported to Central America, NBC News reported. 
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Friday is the final day to request an early ballot

Friday is the last day Arizona voters can request an early ballot or sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List before the November election.

Dems dominate spending in push to flip the legislature

Outside spending in hotly contested legislative races has for years often dominated the spending by the candidates themselves. But this year is seeing spending like no other, with more than $12 million in outside spending being reported as this week began.

Arizona GOP warns against Republican redistricting applicant

The Arizona Republican Party is urging GOP leadership in the legislature to steer clear of one particular candidate for the state’s redistricting commission.

Corpus Christi Diocese sued under Arizona sex abuse law

This story deals with sexual abuse and assault of minors. If you or someone you know has been a victim of this crime call...
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Independent IRC chair candidate withdraws from consideration

One of the five candidates for independent chair of the next redistricting commission has withdrawn from consideration. Nicole Cullen, an American history, government and criminal...

County treasurer candidates say use of tax statement to criticize lawmaker was inappropriate

The Republican and Democratic candidates who are vying to replace outgoing Maricopa County Treasurer Royce Flora said it was inappropriate for him to use...

Australian court wants documents from Arizona lawsuit against Google

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission took Google to court earlier this year for allegedly misleading consumers about how the company uses personal data...
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