The aid was dispersed weeks after Arizona’s junior senator said local governments would be seen as “cash cows” for accepting relief funds.
Arizona's working class is feeling the financial strains of the coronavirus pandemic much more deeply than those making six figures, according to recent polling.
The governor pledged $5 million to help renters avoid eviction, but applicants are saying they have had trouble getting any sort of financial help.
Restaurants — big and small — had to quickly adapt during social distancing to offer either delivery, take-out, or both. Here's how the reopening looks like.
This is the first time immigration has not been among Arizona's top three issues since OHPI began asking the question in early 2016.
I’ve worked with hundreds of businesses and I can count on one hand how many businesses have been approved and actually received those funds.”
While many Arizonans are celebrating the announcement as an economic win for the state, these three senators have concerns. Here's why.