Prevent Child Abuse Arizona recently presented Morrison Institute policy analyst Erica Quintana with its “Everyday Heroes Award” at its annual

The Arizona Capitol Times reported on the political risk and potential impact of Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia calling to overhaul the federal ICE (Immigration Cu

KJZZ reported that the exotic animal park Out of Africa in Camp Verde, Arizona wants to expand to add a hotel, conference center and possibly a water park.

Joseph Garcia, Director of the Latino Public Policy Center at ASU's Morrison Institute was a guest on KTAR and explained how changing voter demographics in Arizona could t

Tucson News Now reported that ONE Arizona, a non-partisan coalition of 19 organizations dedicated to Latino voter registration, immigration, economic justice and education, announced the l

In a column in the West Valley View, Litchfield Elementary School District superintendent Jodi Gunning wrote that thanks to local and statewide support, the governing board approved histor

KJZZ's The Show was joined by David Daugherty, a senior research fellow at Morrison Institute for Public Policy, and Tom Collins, executive director at the Citizen's Clean

NBC 12News Phoenix political reporter Brahm Resnik verified Arizona's voter turnout is one of the lowest in the country.

KTAR News reported that according to a study by Morrison Institute for Public Policy

A new report shows that 45 percent, or just over two million Arizona residents, who could vote didn’t.

Millennials account for nearly a third of the voting-age population in Arizona, and yet only 19 percent of the votes cast for president in 2016 were in that age group — leaving governing decisions

Politico Magazine reported that a new POLITICO/AARP poll shows Democrats ahead by 7 points in generic ballots in both the governor’s and Senate races in Arizona.