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Sinema Deals Death Blow To Effort To Protect Democracy and Voting Rights

Sinema joined all 50 Republicans and one other Democrat in voting against changing an outdated Senate rule that requires 60 votes to pass bills.

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Free N95 Masks Will Be Available For Arizonans, Biden Administration Announces

N95 masks—which filter out 95% of all airborne particles—offer higher levels of protection against infection than surgical or cloth masks.

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Some Arizona Urgent Cares Close While Other COVID-Infected Healthcare Workers Are Okayed to Work

At least one Arizona healthcare system is allowing employees to come into work even if they have COVID-19.

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Indigenous News Outlets, Nonprofits Drive Deeper Coverage

Native American communities have seen more robust news coverage in recent years, in part because of an increase in Indigenous reporting.

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Secretary of State Candidate Mark Finchem Advocates for Legislature—Not Voters—to Decide Election Results

Finchem is the only known Arizona state legislator present at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and has been a vocal supporter of Trump's Big Lie.

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Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake Backs Trump’s Dangerous Lies During Rally

During her speech, Lake advocated for violence against non-conservatives and imprisoning any election officials who were involved with the 2020 election.

In this image from Senate Television, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., speaks on the floor of the U.S. Senate on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. President Joe Biden is set to meet privately with Senate Democrats at the Capitol, a visit intended to deliver a jolt to the party’s long-stalled voting and elections legislation. Before he arrived Sinema blunted the bill’s chances further, declaring she could not support a “short sighted” rules change to get past a Republican blockade. (Senate Television via AP)
Sinema Refuses to Reform Filibuster, Killing Bill That Would Protect Arizonans’ Right to Vote

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on Thursday effectively signed off on Republicans’ efforts to make it harder for Arizonans to vote and participate in elections.

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Ducey Boasts About State Surplus, Doesn’t Mention That It’s Thanks to Biden Administration

Biden’s American Rescue Plan funneled more than $4 billion to Arizona’s state government, which now benefits from a massive budget surplus.