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Students Log Back on to Remote Learning as Some Arizona Schools Close for Outbreaks

There have been 32 COVID-19 outbreaks in Maricopa County Schools with at least 130 known associated cases since August.

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Iraqi Refugee Votes in First US Presidential Election in Phoenix

Bilal Alobaidi came to the US as a refugee in late 2013. While he was able to get a job and exercise other rights, the one thing he couldn’t do was vote.

President Donald Trump, left, pauses with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey during a campaign rally Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Ducey Wants Arizona Businesses to Remain Open as COVID Cases Rise Again

Arizona’s infection spread rate is higher than it was in early May, but Ducey has already shut down talks of another shutdown.

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How to Use Your Vote to Fight for Arizona’s Students

If passed, Prop 207 and Prop 208 are estimated to bring in "hundreds of millions" of extra funding dollars to K-12 schools and community colleges.

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Getting Hit By Lightning, Venomous Snake Bites, and UFO Sightings More Common Than Voter Fraud in US

There have been only six cases of voter impersonation found between 2000 and 2012 after investigating 2,000 public records.

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Nearly 700,000 Arizonans Have Already Voted. Here’s What to Do Next.

Arizona officials can start counting early ballots two weeks before the election. But other states can’t start counting them until the actual Election Day.

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What Would Dr. Hiral Tipirneni Do if Elected to Congress?

The former emergency room physician wants to expand access to Medicare and add more legal protections for those with pre-existing conditions.