Arizona voters approved raising the state's minimum wage incrementally from $8.05 in 2016 to $12 in 2020.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and President Trump will square off in Cleveland on a variety of issues, from the coronavirus response to the economy—all just five weeks before Election Day.
Arizona nonprofits and mutual aid groups have stepped up to fill the gaps in aid left by state and federal lawmakers.
Economists warned the new number may reflect a drop in the overall workforce as much as increase in employment.
Inadequate unemployment payments don’t just hurt individuals needing the money—they also hinder the state’s economic recovery.
If Democrat Mark Kelly wins this fall, McSally may not even get the chance to vote on a Supreme Court nominee.
President Trump's strategy to address the deep existential threats facing the world is consistent, to say the least.