Here's how Arizona's members of Congress and party officials reacted to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday night.
The conservative radio host has a decades-long history of making racist, xenophobic, and sexist comments. In contrast, Parks, who received the award in 1996, was a key leader in the Civil Rights Movement.
Here's who Arizona's Congress members are taking as guests to Tuesday's State of the Union Address.
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