The first in a series of controversial anti-drag bills is a step away from Gov. Katie Hobbs’ desk, and will likely face its end by her veto stamp.
Over the past week, due to rising demand for gas and increased oil costs, gas prices across the country have taken a slight rise.
A recent study from the National Low Income Housing Coalition ranked Arizona among the five worst states for affordable housing, with just 26 available options for every 100 extremely low income households.
Ruby Hubbard, known also by her title “Queen of Ganado Red,” has been weaving Navajo rugs at the Hubbell Trading Post National Historical Site in Ganado for 14 years, and once she finishes her latest Two Gray Hills rug, she plans to retire from work.
In late July, the Chips and Science (CHIPS) Act passed in the US Senate and House of Representatives, an effort backed by Democratic Senators Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, pregnant people could now be sent to prison if they experience a miscarriage or stillbirth.
On the night of June 24th, protesters outside the Phoenix state Capitol found themselves fleeing from a cloud of caustic tear gas dispersed by Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers.