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Amid divisiveness, the concession call isn’t dead  (access required)

The concession call is a staple of politics both in Arizona and around the country, but in recent years a number of high-profile figures have refused to concede or have even openly challenged their election losses. 

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Hobbs establishes prison oversight commission to recommend reforms  (access required)

Gov. Katie Hobbs is calling for a top-to-bottom review of the Arizona prison system, where inmates and their families have complained about a wide range of issues and a federal judge recently found medical care to be “plainly grossly inadequate.” The governor issued an executive order on Wednesday establishing an “independent prison oversight commission” to review problems in the prison system from healthcare to staffing levels.