UNSAFE: A Special Olympics Arizona program will provide sex education for people with IDD
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Biden has proposed elevating South Carolina to the first spot, moving the swing states of Georgia and Michigan up to the early slate, and putting Iowa back in the pack.
Arizona's Cochise County finally certifies its election results after a court order
After a court order, officials in the GOP-controlled county certified midterm election results days after they missed the legal deadline and put more than 47,000 people's votes at risk.
Appeals court halts the Mar-a-Lago special master review
The ruling removes a hurdle the Justice Department said delayed its criminal investigation into the retention of top-secret government information at former President Donald Trump's Florida estate.
Senate passes railroad legislation to prevent a strike
The Senate has approved a measure meant to avert a railroad strike in eight days — without the paid sick days rail workers have been asking for.
They ran a voter suppression scheme. Now they're sentenced to register voters
Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman robocalled roughly 85,000 voters across five states, falsely telling them that voting by mail would risk "giving your private information to the man."