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Thousands of Arizonans Left the Republican Party After the Capitol Riot

Nearly 5,000 registered Arizona voters left the Republican party in the week following the events at the Capitol.

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Maricopa County Drops Charges for Marijuana Offenses Covered by Prop 207

All pending cases in the county for possessing an ounce or less of marijuana, paraphernalia, or marijuana concentrates will be dismissed.

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What a Democratic Legislature Would Mean for COVID-19 Relief in Arizona

With Republicans at the helm, unemployed Arizonans are still struggling to get by on $240 per week.

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This Former Prisoner Believes Julie Gunnigle Can Create Real Change in Maricopa County

Criminal justice reform under Gunnigle includes an end to the cash bail system and ending the practice of prosecuting for low-level marijuana offenses.

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Arizona Supreme Court to Decide on Surprise Billing Ballot Measure by Friday

The measure would add protections for patients with pre-existing conditions, end surprise billing, raise hospital inspection standards, and increase wages for healthcare workers.

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One Solution to the Digital Divide? Offering Free Wi-Fi Citywide

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.

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Two Arizona Senate Candidates Fight Over What It Means to Represent the GOP

The biggest primary election fight in Arizona's Legislature features two sitting Republican lawmakers battling for the soul of the GOP.