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Congress Just Passed the National American Latino Museum — What’s Next?

The museum will honor the 500-year history of Latino people in the US and their contributions to life, art, history, and culture.

Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call
Arizona’s Blue Wave Sets Sight on House as Tipirneni Takes Lead Over Schweikert

A Schweikert loss would leave Republicans in control of only three of Arizona's nine congressional districts.

headshot of Dr. Hiral Tipirneni in front of campaign signs
What Would Dr. Hiral Tipirneni Do if Elected to Congress?

The former emergency room physician wants to expand access to Medicare and add more legal protections for those with pre-existing conditions.

Photo by LM Otero, Associated Press
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.

Photo by Peter Prengaman, Associated Press
Postal Service Cuts Leave Arizonans With Spoiled Medication and Late Rent

Voters worry that changes to the postal system could put their ballots in jeopardy of arriving too late to be counted.

Photo by Christopher Scragg, Cronkite News.
Communities Demand Solutions on Cops and COVID. Leaders Don’t Have Many Answers.

Cities were already grappling with the impact of COVID-19 when protests brought demands to address the fractured police relationship with their communities.

Photo courtesy Rep. Tom O'Halleran
‘No Electricity, No Water:’ Rep. O’Halleran Calls For Bipartisanship to Help Rural Arizona During Pandemic

Representative Tom O’Halleran talks about how he uses bipartisanship to bring relief funding to the 12 tribes in his district.