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Middle-Class Arizonans Are Being Pushed Out of the Housing Market

A low supply of affordable homes in the Phoenix area is creating an extremely competitive housing market.

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GoDaddy CEO Acknowledged Phishing Test Hit ‘Raw Nerve’ in Town Hall With Employees

The CEO of the world’s largest domain registrar and web-hosting company stood behind phishing tests, “even if ... it was a difficult thing to do.”

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GoDaddy Employees Were Told They Were Getting a Holiday Bonus. It Was Actually a Phishing Test.

Roughly 500 employees failed the test, which claimed they would receive a $650 bonus in lieu of a holiday party.

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Student Loan Debt Is Ruining Lives. Can We Just Cancel It?

About 45 million borrowers in the US collectively owe $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, a burden that has left millennials worse off than their parents, delayed marriages and children, widened the racial wealth gap, and had devastating mental health consequences.

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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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More Than 770,000 Arizonans Could Be Evicted by January

The nonprofit Wildfire AZ has distributed nearly $12 million of federal aid to roughly 3,000 families, with each household receiving an average of $920.

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More Than 100 Lawmakers Call on IRS to Help Domestic Abuse Survivors Get Their Missing Stimulus Checks

A national survey of 608 service providers found that 40% of DV survivors utilizing those organizations mentioned concerns about their stimulus checks.