Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on Thursday effectively signed off on Republicans’ efforts to make it harder for Arizonans to vote and participate in elections.
This year, Sinema has opposed a minimum wage increase, a wealth tax, and drug price reform—all policies supported by a majority of Arizonans.
Arizona’s 11 billionaires saw their collective wealth more than double over the last 17 months, accumulating a combined $35.4 billion.
Arizona’s Sinema and Kelly are two of just three Democrat senators who haven’t cosponsored the labor rights legislation.
Chapters of the Sunrise Movement rallied across the country earlier this month to drum up support for the Civilian Climate Corps
Police arrested 39 protestors outside Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s office on Monday as they called on the senator to support ending the filibuster
Faith leaders across Arizona have spoken out in recent months about protecting voting rights and expanding access to the ballot box as a Christian issue, not a partisan one.
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