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Ciscomani, Sinema oppose proposed VA rule cutting ambulance reimbursement
Lawmakers from both parties in Congress are vocalizing opposition to a proposed Veterans Affairs cut to reimbursement rates for ambulance services set to take effect in Read More.
Arizona Election Fraud Deniers Hold Event Discussing Election Reform, Andrew Yang Warns of Arizona Ushering in a 'Dark, Authoritarian Government'
A group of leading election fraud deniers spoke at an event in downtown Phoenix put on by the civic organization Arizona Talks. Read More.
Horne criticizes pro-Palestine presentation at Scottsdale high school
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne criticized a pro-Palestine club meeting hosted by the UNICEF and Amnesty International chapters at Desert Mountain High School in Read More.
Arizona congressional lawmakers usher bill promoting hydropower through House
Republican Rep. David Schweikert and Democratic Rep. Greg Stanton passed a bill in the United States House of Representatives to allow for more hydropower facilities to be Read More.
Lawsuits Across the U.S. over Voter ID Laws Crawling on as the 2024 Presidential Election Approaches
Voters in municipalities throughout Arizona are deciding on the fate of billions of dollars in bonds relating to issues such as schools and infrastructure. Read More.
Republicans preemptively shoot down Mayes red flag law Pitch
Attorney General Kris Mayes wants to propose red flag laws, but Republican lawmakers say it will not stand a chance in the Legislature. Read More.
Analysis: New Polling Finds Trump's Lead Jumps to 5 Points in a Four-Way Race as Calls for Biden to Step Aside Rise
Former President Donald Trump continues to press his advantage against incumbent President Joe Biden in the latest HarrisX-Messenger poll, 51 percent to 49 percent, a lead that jumps to five points when Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Cornell West are included in the mix, with Trump garnering 41 percent, Biden 36 percent, Kennedy 11 percent and West 2 percent. Read More.
Disbarment Trial of Trump's Former Attorney John Eastman Concludes, Written Closing Statements Remain
The disbarment trial of former President Donald Trump’s previous attorney and constitutional legal scholar, John Eastman, wrapped up on Friday, the 33rd day. Read More.
Federal authorities in New York City arrest wanted terrorist encountered at border
New York-based immigration authorities arrested a man who is wanted in Senegal for "terroristic activities" after he crossed into the United States through the southern border. Read More.
Prosecutors charge men with smuggling 22 people in tank of water truck
Federal prosecutors have charged two men with smuggling 22 people in the tank of a water truck. Read More.
Arizona Dealing with a Flood of illegal Immigrants, Including the 'Gotaways' That Crossed the Border in 2023
Arizona Dealing with a Flood of illegal Immigrants, Including the 'Gotaways' That Crossed the Border in 2023 Read More.
Arizona Chapter of Council on American-Islamic Relations Pushes Form Letters Aimed at Silencing Support for Israel
The Arizona branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has prepared form letters to help Arab- and Muslim-Americans shut down expressions of support for Israel from their colleagues at workplaces and schools. Read More.
State government launches portal as Arizona family tax rebate goes out
For those looking to track the status of their family tax rebate, the Arizona Department of Revenue launched a portal to check if a taxpayer qualifies. Read More.
Phoenix Socialists Amass to Demand Gaza 'Ceasefire' in Anti-Israel Marches This Weekend
Far-Left activists across Arizona are organizing a "Free Palestine" protest in Phoenix on Saturday to demand Israel agree to a ceasefire in its war against Hamas. The coordinated effort is a part of a nationwide show of force in major U.S. cities, the largest of which is expected to be in Washington, D.C. Read More.
Department of Interior allocating $33.4M to Arizona tribal water settlements
The U.S. Department of Interior is using funds from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to fund tribal water rights settlements, including several in Arizona. Read More.

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