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DHS grants TPS for three reasons: safety concerns due to an ongoing armed conflict, an environmental disaster or other extraordinary conditions. TPS can last for periods of 6, 12 or 18 months. Salvadorans, who make up the largest number of TPS recipients, will learn their fate in January.
With 2018 midterms looming and the public still unsure about the safety of election equipment, two U.S. senators, Sens. Martin Heinrich of New Mexico and Susan Collins of Maine, have introduced legislation to boost the cyber defenses of state election systems, including an a feature where members of the public try and hack the system on their own.
We are in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s considered to be building on the third, which focused on using electronics and IT for automation. Technological changes are happening quickly, and are redefining how many of us live and work.
The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office and Maricopa County Recorder’s Office have been named in a lawsuit filed by the Campaign Legal Center and two other groups on behalf of Arizona Students Association and the League of United Latin American Citizens.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Councilwomen Thelda Williams and Debra Stark started the process to take legal action against pharmaceutical companies and distributors on Tuesday. They say those groups helped create the national opioid epidemic.