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The Hell That Is Trying to Get an Unemployment Extension in Arizona

Additional unemployment insurance benefits were approved by Congress in March, but thousands of Arizonans are still waiting for help.

Evan Vucci, Associated Press.
McSally, Trump, and Others Continue to Hold Rallies in Coronavirus-Stricken Arizona

While local leaders urged residents to avoid crowds, Sen. Martha McSally invited donors to join her for tacos and "martha-ritas."

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Protest, Pandemic, and Anxiety: What It’s Like for the 650,000 DACA Recipients Awaiting Court Decision

The immigration status of Nearly 7,000 DACA recipients in Arizona who have been working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic is at risk.

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Over 40 UPS Workers Got Sick With COVID in Tucson — And It Didn’t Stop There

At least 43 workers have fallen ill with COVID-19 at a Tucson UPS facility — and now they're taking it home

Photo by Bart Everson.
How Hard the Pandemic Has Hit Low-Income Arizonians

Arizona's working class is feeling the financial strains of the coronavirus pandemic much more deeply than those making six figures, according to recent polling.

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Why States Like Arizona Are Seeing a Bigger Push to Reopen Than Others

A University of Arizona professor says differing opinions on COVID-19 often come down to personal experiences and an urban vs. rural divide.

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Navajo Nation Joins 10 Tribes in Suing US Over COVID-19 Funding

President Nez said part of the $8 billion Congress has allocated for tribes is wrongly going to for-profit Alaska Native Corporations.