Stories tagged: "california"

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The 30 States Sending the Most People to Arizona

Where is Arizona getting the most people from, and where are former Arizonans moving to the most?

FILE - White House Intergovernmental Affairs director Julie Chavez Rodriguez stands outside the White House, Wednesday, June 9, 2021, in Washington. The granddaughter of Cesar Chavez and a bronze bust of the late Latino labor activist have had prominent places in President Joe Biden’s White House. And now Julie Chavez Rodriguez is moving on from his White House staff to take another high-profile position at the helm of Biden's reelection campaign. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
Cesar Chavez’s Legacy Lives On in Biden’s New Campaign Chair

Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Cesar Chavez's granddaughter, will work to help President Biden win a second term.

A corgi owners backpacks in his dog for the Corgi Winter Nationals held Feb. 19 at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif. (Photo by Ayana Hamilton/Cronkite News)
Top Dog? Phoenix Pooch Paw-ticipates in Corgi Winter Nationals

A corgi named Arlo came from Phoenix to compete at the Corgi Winter Nationals in the Los Angeles suburb of Arcadia.

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Arizona Led Nation for Rise in Homeless Youth Last Year, HUD Report Says

Arizona saw the largest increase in the number of homeless youth in the nation last year, at a time when other large states were seeing those numbers decline, according to a recent federal report.

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How Arizona Compares to the Most Extreme Temperatures Recorded in the US

Stacker consulted 2021 data from the NOAA's State Climate Extremes Committee (SCEC) to illustrate the hottest and coldest temperatures ever recorded in each state.

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Los estados azules se preparan para la llegada de pacientes que buscan servicios de aborto

Las clínicas de atención médica en estados como California, Nuevo México, Colorado y Washington se están preparando para convertirse en “refugios seguros” para las personas embarazadas que viven en Arizona y otros lugares donde los abortos están restringidos o prohibidos.

This photo illustration shows the websites of several Arizona abortion providers after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Planned Parenthood Arizona and other clinics ceased abortion procedures once the decision was announced. (Photo illustration by Troy Hill/Cronkite News)
Blue States Prepare for Influx of Patients Seeking Abortion Care

Health care clinics in states including California, New Mexico, Colorado, and Washington are preparing to become “safe havens” for pregnant people living in Arizona and other places where abortions are restricted or banned.