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More than 3,100 people in Arizona died from firearms from 2015 to 2017 and 71% of those deaths were suicides, according to a

The Arizona Republic reported that large lawns and backyard pools were once common features of new homes in the Phoenix area, but not anymore.

Phoenix New Times reported that each year, water becomes a little more scarce in the Southwest, and each year, everyone in Arizona jostles a tad more fiercely to hold onto their precious s

The State Press reported that ASU's Morrison Institute for Public Policy released a statewide polling report detailing residents' opinions on political issues ranging from

People who live in rural Arizona share many of the same concerns as their urban counterparts, but they also face unique challenges and wish for a bigger share of support from the state, according t

Cronkite News reported that a new state poll shows a yawning divide among Republicans and Democrats on key Arizona issues, including immigration, climate change, housing affordability and

Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy has released a new poll covering Arizon

The Arizona Republic reported that heading into 2020, more Arizonans are worried about the future of the state's water, children and finances than are focused on hot-button issues like imm

Arizona Public Media reported that an Arizona survey released Monday reveals residents' top policy concerns are

KTAR News reported that a new poll shows that independent voters will play a big role in Arizona’s 2020 elections, says one expert.

The Arizona Daily Star reported that a new survey by Morrison Institute for Public Policy finds Arizonans want more money spent on education. But paying for it?

KJZZ The Show reported that water quality, public education and health insurance are among the issues at the top of voters' minds as we head into another election season.

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