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Maricopa County received a failing grade in air cleanliness based on high ozone days and high particle pollution days in the latest State of the Air report by the American Lung Association.

84% of people in Arizona live in communities that received “F” grades for their air quality based on high ozone days and high particle pollution days, with Maricopa and Pinal counties among the most polluted and Pima and Gila counties following. Read more» 1

El gobernador Doug Ducey promulgó varios proyectos de ley el miércoles que prohíben el aborto después de 15 semanas, prohíben que las niñas transgéneros participen en deportes escolares de niñas y crean requisitos de identificación más estrictos para los votantes que se registran para las elecciones federales.

El gobernador de Arizona, Doug Ducey, firmó varios proyectos de ley el miércoles que restringen el aborto, el voto y los jóvenes transgénero, haciéndose eco de la agenda legislativa conservadora que está arrasando en muchos estados. Read more»

Candice Halberg, maestra invitada en la Escuela Primaria Rancho Santa Fe en Avondale, les explica a sus alumnos que la firma del fabricante de violas está dentro de la caja y solo puede ser vista a través del agujero en forma de f el 2 de marzo de 2022.

La enseñanza sustituta siempre ha sido difícil, pero durante la pandemia, los temores de contraer el COVID-19, junto con una gran escasez de maestros, han agregado estrés adicional al trabajo en las escuelas de Arizona. Read more»

After 46 years as a history teacher, Gregg Sawyer came out of retirement to help alleviate the severe shortage Arizona is experiencing for teachers and substitute teachers. It isn’t about the money for Sawyer, photographed at his home in Peoria on Feb. 21, 2022: 'I missed the kids.'

Substitute teaching always has been difficult, but during the pandemic, fears of getting COVID-19 coupled with a deep teacher shortage have added additional stress to the job in Arizona schools. Read more»

La economía de Arizona está operando al 97 % de donde estaba en marzo de 2020, según el Índice de Regreso a la Normalidad, publicado por Moody ‘s Analytics y CNN.

A medida que se acerca el segundo aniversario de la pandemia de COVID-19, los analistas dicen que la economía de los EE. UU. ha vuelto casi por completo a la normalidad y que la economía de Arizona está operando al 97 % de lo que era en marzo de 2020. Read more»

The American Lung Association gives Arizona an A for creating smoke-free spaces over the past 20 years, but it faults the state for not doing more to prevent the No. 1 cause of preventable deaths in the U.S.

Arizona gets an F for its attempts to regulate flavored tobacco products popular among young people and in spending on programs to control and prevent use of tobacco, which still is the No. 1 preventable cause of death in the United States, the American Lung Association says. Read more»

Volunteers at Peacework Medical Clinic in Phoenix provide free medical care for transgender patients who are in the country without legal permission. The estimated 1.4 million adults in the U.S. who identify as transgender face obstacles to getting health care, because of discrimination and the lack of medical professionals who themselves are transgender.

Even today, obstacles to health care remain for the estimated 1.4 million adults in the United States who identify as transgender – in large part because of the lack of medical professionals who themselves are transgender and the discrimination patients face from other practitioners. Read more»