The Arizona Game and Fish department is set to receive nearly $26 million in federal dollars. The money will go towards funding conservation projects like relocating wildlife and restoring aquatic habitats.
One action would rescind a law allowing medication abortions following outdated FDA labeling. The other would repeal a 2015 law requiring doctors to tell patients that a medication abortion could be reversible.
Councilman Jim Waring says Mayor Greg Stanton’s call for a public-private partnership to build a new facility for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Coyotes will be a tough sell in this political climate.
Federal funding for child welfare programs is something that all 50 states receive. It’s a roughly $7 billion pot of money that’s been available since the early 1990’s through a federal program known as Title 4-E. But for the most part, tribes have been left out. Now, one Arizona tribe is closer to securing funds.