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Indian Child Welfare Act, Supreme Court, Indigenous, tribes, Native American families, Morongo Band of Mission Indians, National Indian Child Welfare Association, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Arizona, Indiana, Texas
Nov 10, 2022

Justices grapple with legality of Indian Child Welfare Act in marathon hearing

Over the course of three hours Wednesday, the Supreme Court grappled with whether a law meant to keep Indigenous children with Native American families should be overturned as racist and unconstitutional, as critics charge.

DACA, immigration, Proposition 308, Boyer, Ugenti-Rita, Aliento, Arizona Board of Regents, Sunbelt Holdings, Mexico, California, District of Columbia, Virginia, tuition, universities, colleges
Oct 6, 2022

Arizona weighing in-state tuition rate for some non-citizens

Arizona voters this November will decide whether to allow students, regardless of their immigration status, to obtain financial aid and cheaper in-state tuition at state universities and community colleges.

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne attends the official election canvass approval signing at the Historic Senate Chambers at the Capitol, Monday Dec. 3, 2012, in Phoenix. Horne is being investigated by the State Bar over allegations stemming from an investigation into alleged campaign finance violations. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Mar 13, 2013

Arizona gets $327K in Google Street View settlement

Arizona is getting nearly $327,000 in a multi-state settlement over data collected by Google for its Street View service.

A sign outside Maricopa County Recorder’s Office tabulation center. (Cronkite News Service Photo by Natasha Khan)
Jan 31, 2013

Lawmakers: Election day voter registration would boost participation

Democratic lawmakers say allowing voters to register and cast ballots on the same day would increase election participation, but some county officials worry that it would further complicate the voting process.