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Rep. Amish Shah, D-Phoenix, said his training as a physician made him more comfortable with the thought of being a COVID-19 vaccine test subject and that signing up for the clinical trials was the right thing to do - particularly since minority communities are often underrepresented in such groups. (Photo courtesy Amish Shah)
The COVID-19 Vaccine in Arizona: What to Expect and When

Phoenix doctor and state Rep. Amish Shah was one of the volunteers who participated in the clinical trials for the Pfizer vaccine in August.

LIVE BLOG: The Latest Election News Coming Out of Florida

Marco López has become the first Puerto Rican sheriff in the history of Osceola county. The Democratic candidate prevailed over his compatriot, Luis “Tony” Fernández.

Two Very Tight Miami Races You Should Pay Attention To

These races will make a difference in the lives of South Florida voters, as they will decide affordable housing, healthcare for all, and how the COVID-19 pandemic is handled, among other issues.

A Guide to the Six Constitutional Amendments on Florida’s Ballot

From raising the minimum hourly wage to tax discounts for spouses of certain deceased veterans, on Nov. 3 the stakes are high for Floridians. Here’s what you need to know.

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Floridians: Here’s How to Ensure Your Mail-In Vote Is Received in Time to Be Counted

Despite Trump’s unfounded attacks, voting by mail is still secure. Here's a list of simple guidelines to make the process go smoothly while meeting deadlines.

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Florida Quietly Reimposes Food Stamp Work Requirements in the Middle of a Pandemic

The mandate was issued without a previous announcement from the Department of Children and Families or from the state’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.

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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