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Expand the Supreme Court? Arizona Did It First.

Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation expanding the Arizona Supreme Court from five justices to seven in 2016.

WATCH: How Local Leaders Are Helping Their Communities During COVID

From virtual community events to promoting local businesses, Arizonans are stepping up to keep their communities together during the pandemic.

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Arizona Elections Officials Rush to Correct Voter Information in USPS Postcard

A mailer from the postal service contained vague information about voting that some perceive as being more confusing than helpful.

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Trump’s Attempt to Block Undocumented Migrants From Census Deemed Not ‘Remotely Convincing’ by Courts

The White House requested that a separate census count be created that tallied the number of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.

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McSally, Ducey Sidestep Criticism of Trump After President Calls Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’

While Iraq War veteran Rep. Ruben Gallego harshly rebuked Trump’s comments, fellow veteran Sen. McSally claimed the accusations had been debunked.

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Arizona Schools Consider In-Person Class as COVID-19 Declines

Maricopa and Pima Counties have met the requirements for hybrid learning, while more rural counties can begin full-time, in-person classes.

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Voting Rights Groups Plan to Reach Out to One Million Voters by November Election

The coalition says they contacted one million voters in 2018, and they’re on track to do it again for the November election.