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McSally Files Military Sexual Assault Bill

The bill is designed to reduce sexual assault in the ranks.

Border Wall to Go Up in National Monument, Wildlife Refuge

DHS has again waived environmental laws to build more barriers along the southern border.

County Commission on Border Security Grant Becomes Contentious

Personal agendas on border issues often turn meetings into shouting matches, calls for committee's dismantling.

Attorney General Brnovich Gets Heat for Nunchucks Stunt

The Arizona attorney general posted a video of himself displaying his nunchuck abilities.

Federal Budget Could Mean More Help for Homeless Veterans

The new budget puts aside billions of dollars for housing.

Trump Administration Seeks to Build Border Wall Across Protected Lands

Environmental groups say a new wall would further endanger wildlife and habitat along the border.

Arizona House Approves Changes to Citizen-Initiative Process

The proposal would give more power to the attorney general to review the language of initiatives.

Arizona Changes Medical Records Law to Ensure Patient Access

The law requires providers that shut down to transfer records to the patient or to an entity like the statewide health information exchange.

Pima County Approves Federal Funds For Border Enforcement

Opponents say $1.5 million will be used to help immigration officials with deportations.

City Spends $20K to Shelter Migrants

So far neither the state nor the federal government has offered to help offset those costs.

Panel to Review Applicants to Replace Arizona Supreme Court Judge

A call is out for applications to replace Chief Justice Scott Bales, who will retire July 31.

Military Report Details Sexual Assault in the Ranks

Marines reported the highest number of assaults among the four branches of the military.

Prison Guards and Inmates Unite in Plea for Better Security

Calls for action point to problems with door locks that critics say resulted in the death of an inmate and the beating of guards.

Tensions Between the Press and State Arise In Mexico

The president's viral commentary has sparked worry about the impact of that rhetoric on journalists in the country.

Napier Testifies Before House Committee

The Pima County sheriff said the border has been in "crisis" for decades.

Climate Change Making Southwest Hotter

A UA professor lays out the changes for congressional committee.

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