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The prevalence of prescription opioid abuse and addiction in Arizona is widespread, according to the Morrison-Cronkite News Poll: Arizonans’ Opinions on Opioids and Addiction.

On March 28, approximately 325 people traveled to the University of Arizona Student Union for the WRRC Annual Conference, Irrigated Agriculture in Arizona: A Fresh Perspective.

The Trump administration's decision to omit previously required climate-change considerations in water policy does not mean weather trends will be ignored in such planning, according to a Tucso

The Phoenix New Times published a news story about HB 2404, a bill signed into law that will make it more difficult for citizen initiatives to achieve ballot status.

12News reported on a Phoenix Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues report regarding how Phoenix police and others respond to mentally ill residents in crisis:

On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Independent Voting held its Ninth Biennial National Conference of Independents.

The Arizona Daily Star reported March 25 that just 8 percent of Arizona’s $469 million in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds in 2015 were spent on the federal program’s t

The founder of Gammage & Burnham, Grady Gammage Jr., will receive the 2017 Award of Excellence from NAIOP Arizona at the 2017 Best of NAIOP on March 30 at the Arizona Biltmore.

Phoenix New Times reported a major change to the court system will go into effect April 3 in which suspects, in routine cases, who have little or no money will be released without bail.

The Tri-Valley Dispatch reported that vacant desert land, known as the Superstition Vistas, still awaits groundbreaking after years of analysis and planning.

The Arizona Republic reported that Arizona’s Department of Child Safety is making significant progress, according to an independent review conducted for the state’s auditor general.

Casa Grande Dispatch reported that a survey taken by Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy shows a majority of Arizona voters support reforms pro

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