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Ducey blocks ASU policy requiring masks for unvaccinated students

Executive order would apply to all of the state's public universities and community colleges

House bill introduced to ensure access to health data for tribes

If passed, tribal health authorities wouldn't have to 'negotiate' for information to inform health policy.

Voter intimidation effort reported in Yavapai County

No one has to reveal how they voted

Controversial audit of 2020 election hits hand-count milestone

Counters finish a tally of all the regular ballots cast in November’s general election

Bolding runs for Sec. of State

The top Democrat in the Arizona House of Representatives wants to be the state’s top election officer.

Which Arizona political figures are favorable ahead of 2022 midterms

Insight from Mike Noble of Phoenix polling firm OH Predictive Insights

Sonorans elect former Mexican security secretary as governor

Analysis on the results from KJZZ's Kendal Blust

Brnovich runs for Senate

Political observers were waiting for the announcement.

Retired Gen. McGuire jumps into Arizona Senate race

Republican hopes to unseat freshman senator Mark Kelly

Flat tax proposal stalls in AZ House

A lone Republican is holding up the budget by refusing to vote for the flat tax.

State lawmakers on break as budget vote stalls

Both chambers agreed to adjourn until June 10.

Candidates targeted ahead of Mexico’s midterm elections

How the results could impact the country's relations with the U.S. and Arizona.

Governors of Arizona and Sonora meet officially for final time

Lorraine Rivera spoke to both governors about how the two states have collaborated in recent years.

"Good Food Finder" wants to build roots between growers and consumers.

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Hobbs enters race for Arizona governor

She is the second Democrat and third woman to declare candidacy

Former TV anchor runs for AZ Governor

Kari Lake was a news anchor in Phoenix for more than twenty years

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