ASU President Crow Defends Vaccination Policy, Gov. Ducey Issues Executive Order To Stop It
In an email to students, ASU says the university has the “expectation” that all students enrolled in an on-campus learning program will be vaccinated against COVID-19. But Gov. Doug Ducey issued an executive order that will “ensure this excessive policy is never enforced."
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New Education Tax Again Survives; High Court Appeal Pending
A trial court judge has thrown out several legal challenges to a new voter approved tax on high-earning Arizonans. Tuesday's ruling leaves just one additional issue raised by challengers to Proposition 208 in play at the trial court.
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Judge OKs $15M Settlement Over Rape Of Incapacitated Woman
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Former U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon Enters Arizona Governor’s Race
Former U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon announced Wednesday that he is running for governor of Arizona, a post he narrowly lost 18 years ago to Democrat Janet Napolitano.
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As California Reopens, Some Unvaccinated People Feel Left Behind
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Federal Reserve Will Continue Supporting The Economy Despite Surging Prices
The Fed is maintaining its easy money policies for now in an effort to speed the economic recovery. It left interest rates near zero despite a jump in consumer prices.
The Justice Department Overturns Rules That Limited Asylum For Survivors Of Violence
In a victory for survivors of domestic and gang violence, the Department of Justice on Wednesday vacated the controversial Trump-era decisions.
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'Forget The Alamo' Author Says We Have The Texas Origin Story All Wrong
In a new book, Bryan Burrough and co-writers Chris Tomlinson and Jason Stanford challenge the historical lore of the Alamo — including the story that Davy Crockett refused to surrender.
New York City Has Been Slow To Vaccinate Homebound Elderly, Causing More Sickness
Despite being hit hard early in the pandemic, New York City lags behind in vaccinating people 65 and older, and its efforts to reach the homebound and disabled have been disorganized.