President Joe Biden has promised a new approach to immigration and has started taking steps in that direction. Hear how the new administration is looking to strengthen the DACA program. And state lawmakers begin debating changes to the governor’s emergency powers. That and more on The Show.
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There’s a new president in the White House, and the U.S. Senate has two Arizonans as part of a Democratic majority. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on the new administration and Gov. Ducey's visit to Washington. Plus, the state’s Independent Redistricting Commission chooses its new chair. That and more on The Show.
Joe Biden was sworn in Wednesday as the country’s 46th president. We'll hear how his inaugural address drew on a more traditional moral framework. Plus, a new report finds the pandemic is getting worse in Arizona nursing homes, not better. That and more on The Show.
Security is tight around the U.S. Capitol in advance of Wednesday’s inauguration ceremony. We'll look at preparations both in D.C. and at the Arizona Capitol in advance of planned protests. Plus, what President-elect Biden’s nominees mean for the intelligence community going forward. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey has released his spending priorities for the coming year. We'll hear what the governor does — and does not — want the state to spend money on. Plus, a group Apaches is fighting to stop the clock on one of the largest copper mines in the country. That and more on The Show.