The Arizona House of Representatives passed a so-called “skinny budget” that includes a $50 million aid package to assist victims of COVID-19 and others harmed by the pandemic.
The Navajo Nation learned Thursday night that the number of cases of COVID-19 in the Chilchinbeto community rose to 14, prompting a lockdown. A command center with members of the Navajo Nation’s cabinet has been...
The Arizona Senate passed a so-called “skinny budget” that includes a $50 million aid package to assist victims of the coronavirus and others harmed by the pandemic, but the House ended its work for the week before voting on a handful of the bills, leaving a bipartisan Senate budget deal in limbo.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich issued a letter urging lending agencies in the state to waive payments on loans for up to 90 days in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Doug Ducey has mobilized the National Guard to assist grocery stores and food banks, and has ordered bars and restaurants to limit service to dine-out and delivery in counties where there are confirmed cases of the illness.
The U.S. Small Business Administration on Thursday approved an economic injury disaster loan for Arizona requested by Gov. Doug Ducey earlier this week, opening the door for businesses to receive up to $2 million in financial assistance to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
Tempe is the latest city in Arizona to ban restaurants from dine-in service and to close bars, fitness centers and entertainment venues in an effort to mitigate the growing coronavirus outbreak.
Exactly how many of us nationwide have already contracted the coronavirus or will eventually catch it no one really knows for sure. But scientists tracking its spread predict hundreds of thousands of people will likely be afflicted by COVID-19 before the pandemic runs its course.
Immigration courts across the country on Wednesday postponed most hearings through April 10, but courts in Arizona conducted business as usual, according to the Executive Office for Immigration Review.