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Pima County Has a New Recorder, and She’s Already Making History

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly decided to run for office after uncovering systemic issues she felt prevented indigenous community members from being able to vote.

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This Arizona Yale Student Has Been Advocating for Marginalized Communities — And She’s Just Getting Started

From Bullhead City to Ivy League, Alexis Kallen plans to practice law as a form of advocacy for those disadvantaged by the US legal system.

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Congress Just Passed the National American Latino Museum — What’s Next?

The museum will honor the 500-year history of Latino people in the US and their contributions to life, art, history, and culture.

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Phoenix Gets Perfect Score on LGBTQ Inclusion for 8th Year in a Row

HRC has given Phoenix a perfect score since 2012 when the city made it unlawful to discriminate based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.

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Watch Out, Santa Cruz County—There’s a New Sheriff in Town

David Hathaway is ready to step into the chief law enforcement officer role in Santa Cruz County as constituents prepare to bid adieu to their sheriff of almost three decades.

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Here’s How to Expunge That Pesky Marijuana Offense From Your Record

Bookmark this page for county-specific information regarding expungement as it becomes available. Criminal records can be expunged beginning July 21.

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This UN Climate Advisor Worked on Global Policy. Now She Wants to Help Phoenix.

Yassamin Ansari faces off against Cinthia Estela this March in the runoff election for Phoenix City Council.