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America Is Failing Its Non-Citizen Veterans

The Biden Administration has committed reunite deported veterans with their families and help immigrant service members obtain US citizenship.

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400 Migrant Children Separated By Trump Administration Have Been Reunited With Families

"We still haven’t located nearly 200 families. I think the Biden administration would agree that there’s a lot of work yet to be done."

Hikers walk on the Phoenix Mountain Preserve trail up to Piestewa Peak in Phoenix on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. A movement is afoot to change a controversial street name near the Phoenix mountain that formerly had a title which offended Native Americans and others. The mountain was changed from "Sq*** Peak" to "Piestewa Peak" more than a decade ago. Mayor Greg Stanton has called for a renaming of Sq*** Peak Drive and asked city staff last fall to start the name change process, The Arizona Republic reported. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Interior Department Closer to Removing Derogatory Term From Federal Lands

Arizona has 67 locations with the "s-word" in their name. The locations are in every county but Pima and sit on federal, state, private, and tribal lands.

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Supreme Court Rules Against Biden’s Deportation Policies. Here’s Why That’s Dangerous.

"We're seeing that the Supreme Court is still more aligned with items that President Trump wanted to execute."

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La Corte Suprema anuló a Roe vs. Wade. Esto es lo que significa para Arizona.

Hablamos con el Dr. DeShawn Taylor, obstetra y ginecólogo certificado, profesor clínico, defensor de la salud de la mujer y los derechos reproductivos y propietario de Desert Star Family Planning en Phoenix, sobre lo que significa la decisión de la Corte Suprema para los arizonenses.

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Ducey Signs Bill That Limits Filming Police. Here’s What to Know About Your Rights.

In Arizona, federal appeals courts have recognized a First Amendment right to record police officers performing their official duties in public.