Arizona Elections

Mexico's Senate is confronting the Mexican president and wants him to stand against President Donald Trump's plans to stop migration. But, instead, the Mexican federal government sees progress.
In Mexico City, the government established a gender neutral policy to public school uniforms, allowing children to use skirts or pants regardless of their gender. But how hard will it be for the measure to promote tolerance and diversity?
June 19, 2019
Arizona is among 14 states targeted by a civic engagement group seeking to increase voter registration. Page Gardner, president of the Voter Participation Center, said their goal is to encourage underrepresented people to participate in elections.
June 17, 2019
The issue of abortion and how available it should be has been on the front line of debate in the U.S. for more than 50 years.
June 17, 2019
The Center For Public Integrity reports the president's political committee owes at least 10 U.S. cities almost $1 million for costs related to the president's rallies. That includes unpaid bills for public safety in Mesa and Tucson.
June 14, 2019
While the Mexican government pushes its strategy to stop and detain migrants entering from Central America, a resignation on Friday at its main office for migratory affairs rocks the boat.
June 14, 2019
Mexico confirmed the deployment of the newly-formed National Guard to its southern border to stop migrants, as agreed with the U.S. But opponents said the federal government is breaking the law and turning Mexico into the U.S. border wall.
June 14, 2019
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego gave her first state of the city address on Thursday, highlighting many of the main achievements she has made in her first few months in office.
June 14, 2019
If a contentious citizenship question ends up on the 2020 census, it could cost Arizona a much hoped for 10th Congressional seat, according to a new study.
June 14, 2019
Three months after being sworn in as Phoenix mayor, Kate Gallego is launching a new campaign. During Gallego’s first State of the City address, she told a group gathered that choices made over the next few months will shape Phoenix’s future.
June 13, 2019
Teacher pay was at the heart of the #RedForEd Movement in 2018, which led to teacher walkouts and action by Gov. Doug Ducey with his 20X2020 plan.
June 13, 2019
In a show of bipartisan support, members of the Arizona’s congressional delegation have asked the Army to use a National Guard facility 30 miles north of Tucson to expand military training. This would also include training for Apache attack helicopter pilots.
June 13, 2019
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema ran as a Centrist, and the Arizona Democrat has largely stayed out of the partisan fray in Washington. Now she's pushing for immigration reform, and her Protecting Affordable Mortgages for Veterans Act has passed the Republican-controlled Senate.
June 13, 2019
The U.S. Office of Congressional Ethics published its report after concluding Congressman David Schweikert's former chief of staff violated multiple ethics rules.
June 13, 2019
In Arizona, it is unclear if humanitarian aid worker Scott Warren will continue to face charges of illegally harboring undocumented immigrants. And in Mexico, two activists accused of human smuggling have been released. Their supporters said the arrests were a setup.
June 12, 2019
Patents are issued for any number of things, and the U.S. Patent Office has three different categories for them: utility, design and plant. You may be surprised to know that genes have also been patented for decades, but that stopped a few years ago after the Supreme Court took action.
June 12, 2019
It might seem like the U.S. economy is going strong, more Americans are working and fewer are unemployed. But a new report from a leading economic forecaster shows a majority of economists think a recession is possible by the end of 2020.
June 12, 2019
After two years of complaints from customers about the company’s rising prices, state utility regulators have launched a new inquiry into the company’s rates and profits.
June 12, 2019
A federal jury said Tuesday that it could not reach a verdict on against Scott Warren, a humanitarian aid worker accused of illegally harboring undocumented immigrants. Warren contended he merely provided food, water and shelter to immigrants who needed it and that humanitarian aid was not a crime. Prosecutors and the defense will meet again in early July to decide whether this case ends here.
June 12, 2019
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to seek court enforcement of subpoenas compelling Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify before Congress.
June 11, 2019
The jury in the federal trial of a humanitarian aid worker in southern Arizona was not able to reach a verdict Monday.
June 11, 2019

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