March 2019

border wall with razor wire
From the initial demand that Mexico will pay for a border wall, to a national emergency declaration to pay for it, so much has been focused on building security on the border. It can be easy to forget about other approaches to easing immigration — like diplomacy.
March 1, 2019
first friday
When people across the U.S. think about so-called “arts cities,” the usual names come to mind — New York, San Francisco and Philadelphia top most lists. In Arizona, Scottsdale and Tucson get occasional mentions. But what about Phoenix proper?
March 1, 2019
Arizona Supreme Court
Gov. Doug Ducey has had the opportunity to appoint three justices to the Arizona Supreme Court and will have another chance in the very near future, as Justice John Pelander has announced he’ll be leaving the court.
March 1, 2019
Tempe City Hall
The Tempe City Council has approved a new cell phone ban for drivers. But, that wasn’t the most controversial aspect of last night’s meeting, as it ultimately turned into a protest that spilled outside city hall. To talk about what happened, Paulina Pineda of The Arizona Republic joined The Show.
March 1, 2019

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