Stories tagged: "Arizona"


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Arizona Rep. Rubén Gallego: Prosecute Military and Veterans Involved in Capitol Attack

“This is a very extreme group, and this is why we have to punish them and punish them hard so that other military personnel and veterans understand this is not acceptable,” Rep. Rubén Gallego said.

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Modern Marvel: New Comics Make Underrepresented Native Communities the Heroes

Native Americans are breaking through into the superhero world with the new “Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices #1."

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What Would a Recount Look Like? A 7-State-Breakdown of How the Process Would Work.

President Trump has filed lawsuits to recount some votes. Here's how seven key states would handle a repeat tabulation of the ballots.

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Latinos Need to Step up the Vote in These Three States

More than 32 million Latinos are eligible to vote, but will they show up on Election Day?

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Dolores Huerta Says Yes to Recreational Marijuana in Arizona

After over 50 years of activism, Dolores Huerta is still fighting for issues that she cares about, including the legalization of recreational marijuana in Arizona.

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Ylenia Aguilar Was Once Undocumented. Now, She Votes for Those Who Can’t.

"To me, the American Dream meant having the right to vote," says Ylenia Aguilar, who ran for election the same year she became a citizen.

In this June 8, 2020, file photo, Rodney Ott, owner of The Loft, makes mixed drinks from behind the bar for patrons as he reopens fully for the first time amid the coronavirus outbreak in downtown Flint, Mich.
Bars Are Giant Petri Dishes for COVID-19. That’s Why States Are Closing Them Down Again.

Many large outbreaks of COVID-19 have been tied directly to bars. An Orlando, Florida, bar has been linked to as many as 150 cases and more than 130 infections have been tied to a single bar in East Lansing, Michigan.