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“The wall has already gone up in a metaphorical way,” said Joseph Garcia, director of the Morrison Institute Latino Public Policy Center, in a Jan.

In December, The Arizona Republic interviewed Erin Hart, chief operating officer for Expect More Arizona, who stated that the median pay of teachers in Arizona ranks 50th nationwide.

The Arizona Republic reported that for the first time, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is publicly articulating his long-term goal for education in the state.

Cronkite News reported that details on a plan for a 20 percent import tariff with Mexico were not available from the White House, but earned the ire of businesses, lawmakers and some polic

The Arizona Republic reported that Arizona State University is creating an endowed faculty position in honor of the late Sue Clark-Johnson, former publisher of The Arizona Republic and azc

In its investigative story, "Why Are Kids Taken Away?

Cronkite News reported that nearly a dozen Western mayors gathered Wednesday in Washington, D.C.

Thom Reilly, director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU, spoke with KJZZ radio about the rising number of Arizona kids in foster care.

“Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting,” runs an old saw about water in the West, sometimes attributed to Mark Twain.

KTAR News reported on Morrison Institute for Public Policy and the Arizona Department of Child Safety teaming up on a three-year project for research and analysis on negle

Independent voters, who resist being identified with either of the main political parties, could be a way for a deeply divided electorate to move forward, according to several experts at the annual

Tomorrow the presidential election will be over, and friends, co-workers and family members who have been bitterly divided will need to move forward. But how?

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