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Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at ASU’s Morrison Institute, joined KJZZ's The Show to talk about a City Council vote on a proposal to raise wate

In a special newscast series, 12News Phoenix reported that the face of Arizona is changing.

Videos from the 2018 State of Our State Conference that focused on Arizona's Voter Crisis are now available for viewing:

KJZZ's The Show reported that the record turnout for the midterm elections earlier this month is being called an historic election here in Arizona and around the country.

Chamber Business News reported that with a voter turnout of more than 60 percent, Arizona saw the highest turnout than in any other midterm election on record.

Arizona Capitol Times reported that as the deadline for Arizona to produce an internal agreement on water reductions nears, the state’s water interests have nothing to show for their effor

Patrick McWhorter, Arizona campaign director for Open Primaries, wrote in the Arizona Capitol Times that a recent study (Gamechangers?) p

Cronkite News reported that despite record-setting numbers in the November midterm election, policy experts  expect a trend toward split-ticket voting, where people choose by candidate rather than

Arizona Republic editor Phil Boas wrote that Phoenix-area artists will soon tell the story of the ancient Huhugam people, who thrived in this place hundreds of years before air conditionin

Arizona just had the wettest October on record, but that doesn’t mean the drought is over. Likewise, a 63 percent voter turnout in the midterm election on Nov.

The Scottsdale Independent reported that Esperança, a Phoenix-based nonprofit whose mission is to improve health and restore hope both locally and globally, announced David Schlinkert as its newest

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