Immigration - Reform - Tolerance
Biden’s DOJ Officially Rescinds ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Rule

The decision undoes the Trump administration’s massively unpopular policy responsible for the separation of more than 5,500 children from their parents at the U.S-Mexico border.

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Ducey Calls to Reopen Classrooms as Teachers Get Vaccinated, But Hospital Leaders Say It’s Still Not Safe

Ducey warned that he expects schools to offer in-person instruction as teachers gain access to vaccines and that schools that lost students could see their funding cut. State leaders around the U.S. are increasingly pushing for schools to reopen this winter — pressuring them, even — as teachers begin to gain access to the vaccine...

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Arizona Abandons Restrictions as Vaccine Distribution Starts

Ducey has been steadfast in his opposition to a statewide mask mandate or closings despite repeated calls from hospital leaders to take such steps.  As the U.S. goes through the most lethal phase of the coronavirus outbreak yet, governors and local officials in hard-hit parts of the country are showing little willingness to impose any...

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Ducey Leads Arizona Into Global COVID Hotspot For Second Time

Arizona has the worst coronavirus diagnosis rate in the country, and health experts believe the state's infection rate is higher than what's reported.

Mayor Kate Gallego
No Charges for Officer Who Allegedly Threatened to Shoot Phoenix Mayor

A Maricopa County Attorney’s Office spokesperson said it “cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the officer’s statements constituted a ‘true threat.’ The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that it won’t file criminal charges against a Phoenix police officer who allegedly threatened to shoot the city’s mayor. Mayor Kate Gallego was given additional law...

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Trump’s Certified Loss Sends Arizona GOP Into Disarray

Trump loyalists are attacking Arizona's Republican governor for refusing to throw out the election results.

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Pima County Just Voted to Help Those Who Can’t Pay Bail. Will Others Follow?

The decision is a major win for the bail reform-movement in Arizona. Pima County officials voted to create a program to pay the bail of some people who are charged with low-level crimes and can’t afford bonds. The Arizona Daily Star reported the 3-2 vote last week by the Board of Supervisors, which gives the...