House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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Arizona Republicans Push Democrat Senator To Hold Filibuster Line

An Arizona Democrat, U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Is Facing A Grueling Test: Whether She Will Buck The Progressive Wing Of Her Party And Stand By Her Vow To Uphold The Senate Filibuster Even If It Imperils Top Democratic Priorities She Supports.

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Arizona Defends Election Integrity Laws Before SCOTUS

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Made The State’s Case Tuesday For Maintaining A Couple Of Election Integrity Issues That, If Deemed Illegal, Could Change Election Laws Across The Country.

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SCOTUS To Hear Pair Of Arizona Elections Cases Today

The Nation’s High Court Is Set To Hear Oral Arguments Over Two Voting Issues That Originated In Arizona But Could Spur Significant Changes Nationwide. The Court Specifically Will Answer The Question About Whether The Ballot-harvesting Ban Was Discriminatory Against Minorities Who Are Protected Under The Voting Rights Act.

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Biden Reversal On Immigration Has Arizona Mayors, Health Groups Concerned

Tens Of Thousands Of Immigrants Turned Away At The Southern U.S. Border Soon Could See Their Denials Retracted Under A Policy Change By President Joe Biden’s Administration.

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How Democrats Crafted The First Impeachment, Helping Defeat Trump In 2020 With Media Help

From the beginning, the impeachment inquiry was rife with episodes suggesting Democrats had a larger strategy. They took an unprecedented amount of control over the process. The record of those proceedings shows that they were conducted in a highly unusual manner. In retrospect, it seems clear that they were designed not just to target Trump – but to protect Biden.

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Western Voters Increasingly Concerned About Wildfires & Support Conservation Efforts

According To A Survey Of Eight Mountain West States, Voters Are Worried For The Future Of Nature And Agreed Their Respective States Should Still Fund Conservation Efforts Despite Budget Concerns.

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Public Schools’ Response To Pandemic Proof Parents Need More Options

Responses To The Pandemic Across The Country Exposed Weaknesses In All Aspects Of Society. But Arguably The Greatest Frailty Of Them All Could Be Seen In The Way That Our Public Schools Unraveled In The Past Year. Our Kids Are Suffering In So Many UnFathomable Ways. Americans deserve better, and choices for how we educate our kids with the tax dollars that we push forward to public education are vital. Not all kids are alike. My kids are no more important than yours. But our kids are all different and need customized solutions. The American public education system has been outdated, operates on an agrarian calendar and contributes significantly to our kids falling behind the world. If this moment isn’t the precise time to consider how we make education better, there won’t be another.

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