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Gaetz, Greene bringing America First tour to Arizona

Two of the most controversial Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are coming to Arizona as part of their nationwide, pro-Trump “America First”...

Mark Finchem sends cease and desist to recall campaign 

State Rep. Mark Finchem who is currently running for Secretary of State, has sent a cease and desist letter to the group seeking to...

Bennett says he’s regained control of audit Twitter account

The official Twitter account for the Senate’s election audit is back under audit officials’ control after spokesman Ken Bennett handed control of the account...

Liz Cheney ousted from U.S. House GOP leadership for rejecting Trump’s ‘big lie’

WASHINGTON — House Republicans voted Wednesday to remove U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position after her continued pushback against former President Donald...

FDA green lights Pfizer vaccine for kids 12-15, with CDC still to act

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday signed off on expanding the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 12...

Boyer: Audit “makes us look like idiots”

Sen. Paul Boyer sharply criticized the increasingly beleaguered election audit, becoming the first member of the Senate’s Republican caucus to publicly raise objections. “It makes...

Migratory bird protections to be permanently restored by Biden administration

The Interior Department plans to officially revoke a Trump-era rule that loosened enforcement of a longstanding law to protect migratory birds, the department said...

Ducey: Arizona didn’t underperform in census

Arizona performed well in the 2020 census, despite a lower-than-expected population figure that cost the state a projected 10th congressional district and potentially hundreds...

Governor sidesteps questions on audit amid mounting issues

Gov. Doug Ducey declined to comment on the state Senate’s ongoing audit of the 2020 election, an event that has attracted national attention over...

Lege Council: Early voting list purge bill wouldn’t affect voters until after 2024 election

A contentious bill that would remove inactive voters from the list of people who automatically receive early ballots in the mail isn’t retroactive and...
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