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Mohave County Supervisor Travis Lingenfelter, right, told a House subcommittee that proposed expansions of national monuments could harm the region’s economy, leaving what he called 'poverty with a view.'

A Mohave County supervisor said Wednesday that a proposed new national monument in northern Arizona would “devastate the economic growth potential” of the region, leaving little more than what he called “poverty with a view.” Read more»

A QAnon supporter at an April 19, 2020, protest against COVID-19 restrictions at the Arizona Capitol.

A special committee created by the Arizona legislature to examine the state’s response to COVID-19 will feature a litany of speakers who have spread disinformation about the pandemic, vaccines, spoken at QAnon events and have conspiratorial beliefs about the virus. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar in December 2021.

A staffer for Arizona Republican Congressman Paul Gosar was revealed to have close connections to a white nationalist youth movement, the latest example of Gosar’s ties to and support of racists. Read more»

Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Bullhead City, a seven-term incumbent running in a district with twice as many registered Republicans as Democrats, announced his reelection bid in March – 20 months before the 2024 election.

With 18 months until Election Day 2024, Arizonans ranging from citizen candidates to incumbents to state officials trying to upgrade to federal seats have already filed statements of interest on the secretary of state’s website. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar and failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.

At the Hungarian edition of the Conservative Political Action Conference, Arizona is on center stage as U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar and failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake will share a stage with the leader of a far-right Austrian party founded by former Nazis. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-AZ.

Arizona Republican Congressman Paul Gosar promoted an antisemitic website that denies the Holocaust, praises Adolf Hitler as “a man of valor” and features a large number of admittedly false articles. Read more»

The Republican lawmakers were among the dozens of organizations, both supporting and opposing abortion rights, that have filed briefs with the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans this week.

A group of 69 congressional Republicans is backing a federal judge’s ruling that would overturn the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s two-decade-old approval of the abortion pill mifepristone. Read more»

A rally for peace in Ukraine, outside the White House on February 27, 2022. Three days earlier, Russia began a large-scale attack on Ukraine, with explosions reported in multiple cities and far outside the restive eastern regions held by Russian-backed rebels.

As some in the Republican Party call for halting aid to Ukraine, other GOP members of Congress are doubling down on supporting the war-torn nation and even criticizing the Biden administration for not doing enough. Read more»

Fentanyl has overtaken heroin for the first time as the most-trafficked drug across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Fentanyl dealers linked to an overdose death could face the death penalty under a Arizona Republican proposal that critics say will also sweep up drug addicts and send them to death row. Read more»

The bill comes as attorneys across the country and in Arizona have faced disciplinary action and revocation of their licenses for bringing challenges to the election based on frivolous claims of election fraud as well as lawsuits against political rivals.

Proposed Republican legislation would prohibit both the State Bar and the Arizona Supreme Court from punishing attorneys for making baseless election fraud complaints in Arizona courts - though it’s unclear who would determine if either were in violation of the measure. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar in December 2021.

With Republicans back in the majority in the U.S. House, the anti-immigrant movement has found new outlets of expression in the federal government, and this week it got ugly at hearing that at times sounded more like a bile-brimming rally than a congressional proceeding. Read more»

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels told the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that the situation at the border had deteriorated since President Joe Biden took office, and that that is affecting public safety in his county.

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels told a sharply divided House committee Wednesday that drug trafficking and illegal immigration is getting worse and that it’s affecting the safety of residents in his border county. Read more»

A Border Patrol vehicle patrols the border between San Diego and Tijuana in this 2016 file photo. Lawmakers sparred at a recent House hearing over whether a surge at the border contributes to human trafficking.

U.S. House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee blamed the Biden administration for fentanyl drug smuggling at the U.S.-Mexico border - though most fentanyl is seized at ports of entry through screenings and not brought by migrants fleeing violence or economic hardship. Read more»

California Republican U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy heads to the U.S. House chamber just after noon on Jan. 5, 2023, as the House began another day of votes on his bid to become speaker. 'We’re just going to keep working until we solve it,' he told reporters.

The U.S. House adjourned Thursday again without a speaker, racking up five more ballots throughout the day before members left the floor shortly after 8 p.m. Eastern, with some decamping to closed-door negotiations and others leaving the Capitol. Read more»

U.S. House of Representatives Reading Clerk Tylease Alli during the sixth vote for House speaker on Jan. 4, 2023. Republicans hold a slim majority in the chamber, but conservative holdouts who refuse to back Rep. Kevin McCarthy have led the chamber to a standstill.

U.S. House Republicans’ stalemate over who should lead the chamber for the next two years dragged on Wednesday, with Kevin McCarthy failing to get the votes needed to become speaker on three more ballots. Read more»

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