Biden’s visit to Arizona was marked with small, mask-wearing, socially distant crowds—a stark contrast to the Trump campaign’s crowded rallies.
As part of our efforts to help voters feel informed as the November election approaches, we're creating an overview of local races throughout the state.
Arizona voters approved raising the state's minimum wage incrementally from $8.05 in 2016 to $12 in 2020.
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.
A report released before the pandemic urged Arizona to up unemployment to $490 per week to protect the state against a recession.