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Masks become symbol of person’s politics, virtue (access required)

The Senate served as a microcosm of the nation, where wearing a mask — or not wearing one — has become a political symbol for many.

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Arizona teachers wave their arms in the Arizona House gallery in support of dissenting Democrats prior to vote on part of the Arizona budget, SB1828 on taxation, at the Arizona Capitol Thursday, June 24, 2021. Similar scenes did not occur in the Senate gallery because the public was not allowed in without the express permission of Senate President Karen Fann. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Senate closes doors on transparency (access required)

Months after the Senate lifted other Covid restrictions, doing away with requirements to wear masks or keep distance at meetings, the building remained locked and historically public caucus meetings continued being held behind closed doors.

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