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Monitor order for Sheriff Arpaio draws criticism

After a federal judge ordered that a monitor guard against racial profiling by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, a handful of demonstrators showed up in Phoenix on Thursday to fill out a tongue-in-cheek application to “babysit” Sheriff Joe Arpaio.... Read more»

U.S. House Democrats make new immigration push

As the federal government shutdown continued for a second day, congressional Democrats said they are looking to make sure comprehensive immigration reform doesn’t fall off the priority list, as they announced legislation on Wednesday that includes elements of a border-security measure backed by a key GOP leader.... Read more»

Border Patrol mission continues during shutdown, even if pay does not

The government shutdown is no shutdown for Border Patrol agents, whose law enforcement and life-saving duties do not take a hiatus – even though their pay might.... Read more»

Gov't shutdown shutters E-Verify

State law requires that Arizona businesses check the citizenship of new employees against the federal E-Verify database, but the service went dark Tuesday as part of the federal government shutdown. Many employers were surprised - and not sure what to do next. ... Read more»

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J.C. Scott: The future of Ronstadt Transit Center

Downtown Tucson Partnership CEO Michael Keith, Founder of the Bus Riders Union Brian Flagg, President and CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Lea Marquez-Peterson, Financial Adviser Shelly Fishman, DUI Defense Attorney Jim Nesci... Read more»

Study: Undocumented immigration may be rising in Texas

While several other states have seen recent decreases in the number of undocumented immigrants residing within their borders, figures for Texas have remained the same or have possibly increased, a new report says.... Read more»3

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J.C. Scott: Is government shutdown the answer?

Arizona Education Association head Andrew Morrill, talk show host Emil Franzi, former Pima Democratic Party Chairman Jeff Rogers, and Ward 6 Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik.... Read more»

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J.C. Scott: Tobin urges benefits for Hotshot families

Rosemont Copper's Cathy Arnold, Tucsoncitizen.com's Mark B. Evans, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, TucsonSentinel.com's Dylan Smith, Arizona House Speaker Andy Tobin... Read more»

DREAMer stranded in Mexico after confusion at port

A mistake that left a deferred action beneficiary unable to re-enter the United States for weeks is being cited by immigration attorneys both as an example of confusion over certain laws and as a warning to those with a sensitive immigration status.... Read more»1

After brutal summer heat, border-crosser deaths up in 2013

Following brutal summer heat, deaths of border crossers in Pima County so far this year are up from 2012, the chief medical examiner said.... Read more»

On immigration, Cruz aims for middle ground

When it comes to immigration reform, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has made it abundantly clear what he opposes: giving citizenship to people who broke the law to come here.... Read more»4

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J.C. Scott: Foreign policy in focus

City Councilman Steve Kozachik, Arizona Clean Elections ED Thomas Collins, Washington commentator Jimmy Zuma, TUSD Governing Boardmember Mark Stegeman,... Read more»

Ex-Mx pres Fox: 'Total advocate' for legalizing drugs

“Leaders commit” to resolving issues such as reforming U.S. immigration policy, former Mexican President Vicente Fox said Thursday during a visit to Arizona. Fox, who served as Mexico’s president from 2000-2006, also said he’s become a “total advocate” for legalizing drugs.... Read more»1

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J.C. Scott: Remembering 9/11

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, 9/11 survivor Jim Campbell, Councilman Paul Cunningham, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, Arizona Capitol Times Editor Jim Small... Read more»

Video: McCain town hall turns testy over Syria

U.S. Sen. John McCain made the case for intervening in Syria's civil war on Thursday, telling a crowd of 150 — mostly opposed to American involvement — that he pledged U.S. intervention wouldn't mean "boots on the ground" or warplanes over the frayed Middle Eastern nation. Some in the split crowd catcalled and wagged fingers in each other's faces during the heated afternoon meeting.... Read more»

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