Law and Policy


two masked women holding signs asking that COVID-19 evictions be canceled
What Could Happen When Arizona’s Eviction Moratorium Ends This Month

Protections for renters during the pandemic are running out as federal unemployment payments and Arizona's eviction moratorium are about to end.

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These Top Scientists Are Now Saying It’s Time For Another Stay-at-Home Order In Arizona

Ducey announced a new round of business closures Monday, but experts say his mandate doesn't do nearly enough.

Ducey sitting in front of sign that says "Returning Stronger"
Gym Owners Have No Idea What Gov. Ducey’s Latest Closures Mean — And They’re Suing Over It

One gym was cited in multiple cities after its CEO defied the governor's new order and accused Ducey of closing businesses at random.

President Trump standing in front of the border wall
Here’s What the Courts’ Recent Border Wall Rulings Mean

Despite questions as to the wall’s legality, the Trump administration celebrated the completion of its 200th mile last week.

During a hearing by the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel about prevention and response to sexual assault in the military, Sen. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., recounts her own experience while serving as a colonel in the Air Force, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. McSally, the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, says she was raped in the Air Force by superior officer. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
McConnell Keeps Churning Out New Judges. McSally is in Full Support.

GOP lawmakers like McSally and McConnell are rushing create a judiciary slanted against hard-won civil rights protections.

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Colorado Is Reopening Investigation Into Horrifying Police Killing of Elijah McClain. Here’s What We Know.

In the video, Elijah McClain can be seen sobbing as he repeatedly tells officers, “I’m just different.” Samara McClain said her brother was a massage therapist who planned to go to college.

Maxima Guerrero
While DACA Survives SCOTUS, One Recipient Was Just Threatened With Deportation

Although no charges were filed against her, Máxima Guerrero's arrest last month nearly landed her in an immigration detention center.