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Arizona & Phoenix Local News
Phoenix Got Into the Program ‘City Works’
June 13, 2019
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Drena Kusari, the Southwest regional director, said that this represents their commitment to the community. Additionally, she said that being a part of the local community is what […]

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Oakland City Has Decriminalized Magic Mushrooms
June 13, 2019
Decriminalization of shrooms in Oakland

In Denver, magic mushrooms have been legalized back in May, and now, Oakland City is following in its footsteps. Namely, the City Council passed the law on Tuesday […]

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Veterans Are Thrilled With the New Act
June 13, 2019
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Donald Trump signed the Mission Act last year. Now veterans can seek help outside the Veterans Affairs Medical Center if they need to wait a lot for some […]

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Is the Flores Agreement Violated?
June 13, 2019
Language Training for Immigrants

Recent budget restrictions have led to the termination of federal funding of legal services and English courses for immigrant children. The federal government defends the decision, stating that […]

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Police report details rape investigation at Hacienda facility where incapacitated woman gave birth
June 13, 2019
APS to temporarily halt service disconnections after customer’s death last year
June 13, 2019
The Long-Awaited Statement Cheered the Community
June 12, 2019
Arizona Stadium

Last month coach Taylor lost his position with the Arcadia’s football team, as the contract that he had with school expired. However, on June 10, Principal Todd Stevens […]

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Is the University of Arizona Unjustly Suffering Because of the Book’s Crimes?
June 12, 2019

The recent sentencing of Emanuel Richardson has shaken the Arizona Wildcats and the whole college basketball community. The basketball coach ended up in prison as a result of […]

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Churches That Help Immigrants Accused PMAZ of Harassment
June 12, 2019
Law American on Immigration

Last week, several churches from Arizona, followed by a number of religious officials, sued AZ Patriots and Patriot Movement AZ for harassing a group of volunteers. The volunteers […]

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Arizona Welcomes Its First Hemp Licence
June 12, 2019
Hemp flowers on the field

On the last day of May began a new chapter in Arizona’s agricultural history, as Governor D. Ducey made hemp cultivation legal in the state of Arizona. Hemp […]

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Recent budget restrictions have led to the termination of federal funding of legal services and English courses for immigrant children. The federal government defends the decision, stating that […]

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Many Apple users have wondered what will happen when they stop using iTunes. Well, to sum up, it will stay active for a while, and users will be […]

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Last month coach Taylor lost his position with the Arcadia’s football team, as the contract that he had with school expired. However, on June 10, Principal Todd Stevens […]

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