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Opinion: Proposed Credit Card Changes Will Harm the Latino Community

The proposal would make cost consumers an estimated $40 to $50 billion per year and could kick up to seven million Latinos out of the credit system.

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Arizona’s Senseless Restrictions Compromised My Access To Care

Thankfully, SB1457 failed to become law, but there was a piece of SB1457 in every chapter of my pregnancy and birth nightmare.

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How Bystanders Can Help When We’re Under Attack

Following a year in which anti-Asian hate crimes rose by nearly 150% in the nation’s largest cities, the attack in New York felt close to home. On Monday night, I sat down on my couch for what I hoped would be a small reprieve from a week of reporting on protests about anti-Asian violence. Then,...

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Our Lucha Will Never Be Over

Others might want you to stand down, avoid the good trouble: your family, your friends, the Supreme Court. As if you could.

Cartoon: Ducey’s Version of Leading by Example

While thousands of Arizona students switch to remote learning amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Ducey has avoided the press and taken an out-of-state vacation.

Contrary to the CDC's recommendations, President Trump left Walter Reed Medical Center over the weekend in a car full of Secret Service officers to wave to his supporters (AP Photo/Anthony Peltier).
As Doctors, We Took a Pledge to Do No Harm. Our President Should Too.

We've seen the toll that the coronavirus has taken in hospitals across the country. Despite what President Trump says and does, the coronavirus is dangerous, still spreading, and worthy of being feared.

by Sean Galvin
Cartoon: Trump’s Crisis Strategy

President Trump's strategy to address the deep existential threats facing the world is consistent, to say the least.