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Mother Jones Online reported Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces his greatest challenges yet, including the race with Paul Penzone, a retired Phoenix police sergeant who came within s

The Arizona Republic reported that the Arizona Community Foundation has chosen five finalists for its $250,000 New Arizona Prize Water Innovation Challenge.

Local Phoenix CBS5 News reported some experts are worried police departments are being called upon to respond to mental health crises.

USA TODAY Network is exploring key electoral themes in eight states that could decide this fall’s election, including Maricopa County.

Cronkite News reported that a poll conducted in August shows 83 percent of respondents believe law enforcement officers would treat them fairly and respectfully if they were stopped or arr

Morrison Institute for Public Policy and two of its leaders will be presented the 2016 Anti-Corruption Award at an Oct. 5 ceremony in New York City.

Cronkite News reported according to numbers released Thursday by the Census Bureau, Arizona saw a “significant” drop in its poverty rate in 2015, but still hovered well above the national

An opinion piece on NBC News noted the Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll showed the Clinton-Trump race in a dead heat with a large swath of registered voters st

The Arizona Republic reported a wide-ranging Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll released last week found voters were as likely to level harsh criticism of the ot

The Arizona Capitol Times has named Morrison Institute for Public Policy as one of its 2016 Leaders of the Year in Public Policy, with the Arizona State University center being recognized

Cronkite News reported that according to an Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll of registered voters, 50 percent said they would “likely vote” to approve Proposit

The Phoenix Business Journal reported that a new poll by Arizona State University and The Arizona Republic show Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in a dead heat in the November pre

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