Build Progressive Power in 2020 / Arizona / Federal Election 2020 / Corona Structural Issues
Even with pandemic-era protections to help renters facing eviction, hundreds of eviction notices are served to Arizona tenants every week.
Inadequate unemployment payments don’t just hurt individuals needing the money—they also hinder the state’s economic recovery.
More than 8,000 inmates in Arizona have tested positive for the coronavirus, as well as almost 600 corrections department staff.
A new infrastructure plan to expand Tucson's public wi-fi network is in the works, thanks to federal funding the city received earlier this year.
The pandemic led to an initiative that provides Navajos with sheep to raise and the means to start their own gardens.
Parents are expected to check their children's temperatures every day before school and are being asked to stay off-campus.
While some Arizonans have been able to receive help through various relief programs, many have faced difficulty in actually accessing these funds.