Health

Ducey: Stay-at-home order will expire; gyms and pools can re-open

Gyms and public pools will be allowed to reopen immediately and Gov. Doug Ducey gave the green light for professional sports to resume in Arizona – though without fans – and will let his broad stay-at-home order expire Friday.

Clean water is key for Navajo Nation, other tribes, to avoid next pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the deep inequities that run through our country, and nowhere is that more stark than on the Navajo Nation.

Gun control group to spend $5 million on Arizona races in 2020

Gun control advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety announced Tuesday that it will be spending $5 million in Arizona to try to back Democrats up and down Arizona’s ballot, with a focus on the U.S. Senate race and winning control of the state legislature for the first time in nearly 60 years. 

Biden, GOP group launch anti-Trump ads in AZ, other battlegrounds

Former Vice President Joe Biden is going on the attack in Arizona and other battleground states with a new ad accusing President Donald Trump of being asleep at the switch as COVID-19 ravaged the country, and devastated the economy.

Navigating the eviction process amid COVID-19 proves tricky for all

On March 24, Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order to delay evictions of people affected by COVID-19, but for Tomasz Adamek, it came 10 days too late. 

Conservative attorney planning lawsuit over Ducey’s stay-at-home order

A prominent Republican attorney plans to take Gov. Doug Ducey to court in an attempt to overturn the stay-at-home order he imposed to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, presuming that order is still in effect by the end of the week.

Senate votes to end 2020 session, puts decision on recalcitrant House

The state Senate voted to adjourn sine die, likely bringing an effective end to the 2020 legislative session, even as recalcitrant House Republicans insisted on remaining in session.

McSally gave the worst possible excuse for telling cities they’re all alone

If you want to see a mesmerizing combination of desperation and ineptitude on display, just take a look at U.S. Sen. Martha McSally, who seems to reach new heights (or depths, maybe) every week. 

Health department resumes work with COVID-19 modeling team

After several days of criticism and scrutiny over its decision to part ways with a group of experts at Arizona universities that was forecasting possible outcomes of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Department of Health Services has resumed its partnership with the modeling team.

What Arizona must do to protect the most vulnerable from COVID-19

Thousands of our most vulnerable neighbors are at serious risk of falling through the cracks: the incarcerated population. 
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