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Arizona’s primary election went off without any significant voting issues, and Gov. Ducey visited President Trump. We'll hear our NewsCap panelists weigh in on those and the state’s other top stories. Plus, how are universities planning for the fall semester and having some students on campus? That and more on The Show.

Amelia Haberman
Independent Arizona filmmaker Robert Conway was inspired by the pandemic and put together a skeleton crew to pull off his vision: "Skinwalker," a western-horror film about invisible forces wreaking havoc on humanity.
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A judge’s ruling says Gov. Ducey didn’t give gym owners a fair opportunity to meet guidelines for reopening. We'll hear what that could mean for other pandemic-related restrictions. Plus, why the Pinal County sheriff is starting a new citizen posse. That and more on The Show.

Asylum seekers
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services relies on fees to fund its operations. But migrant advocates say new fees for asylum applications and work permits are really an outsize burden on people fleeing persecution.
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Arizona’s primary election features congressional, legislative and county races. We'll hear what the results may tell us about trends to watch for November. Plus, why the Border Patrol raided a No More Deaths humanitarian camp. That and more on The Show.

Voting booth
Arizona voters turned out in near-record numbers to set the stage for a high stakes battle for the U.S. Senate, keep former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's comeback hopes alive and give a strong challenger to a wounded incumbent congressman.
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K-12 education in Arizona has been underfunded for years. What’s next for finding initial money now that a judge has ruled against the Invest in Ed initiative? Plus, why schools may not be able to be insured against COVID-19 claims. That and more on The Show.

an empty classroom at a Phoenix high school
While schools await guidance on reopening from the state health department, Arizona’s top education official said it’s unlikely any school can reopen by Aug. 17. That’s the date Gov. Doug Ducey ordered schools to reopen, at least in a limited capacity to provide a place for students who have nowhere else to go during traditional school hours.
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Arizona schools are still waiting on guidelines from the governor and schools superintendent on how to keep classrooms safe, and teachers may walk out if conditions are dangerous. Plus, how pop culture may shift as a result of the pandemic. That and more on The Show. 

Invest In Ed signs
An initiative to raise taxes on wealthy Arizonans to fund public schools may not make it to the ballot — again. A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled July 31 that the 100-word description on petitions used to collect signatures for the Invest in Education Act included misleading statements.

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