Beginning in 2004, overseas Arizona voters could request that ballots be sent to them electronically, but they still had to return ballots by mail or fax. That changed in 2014, when Arizona allowed military and overseas voters to return their ballot via the Internet or by fax up to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Existing law prohibits cities from enacting any regulations on firearms not specifically permitted by the legislature. But there's no enforcement mechanism. This new law says anyone who is affected can file suit and collect up to $100,000 in damages.
Concerns over the Zika virus in recent months have driven a decline in blood donations in border cities like Yuma, where travel restrictions rule out some potential donors. The loss of winter visitors is also a factor.
Mexico is set to complete a total overhaul of its judicial system next month. It’s designed to help protect the rights of people accused of a crime. But when it comes to solving high profile cases, suspects are more likely to be mistreated.
Marjorie Baldwin studied discrimination against workers with disabilities as a health economist and professor at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, until her son was diagnosed with one of the most stigmatized health conditions there is — schizophrenia.
As more and more states decriminalize marijuana possession and legalize its use, many adults across the country now have the ability to use marijuana freely — but how is this trend affecting our youth and young adults?