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Gov. Doug Ducey says he won’t sign any legislation until lawmakers agree on a budget — including his priorities. We'll take a look at some of the more significant bills being held up. Plus, how Arizona Theatre Company plans to bounce back on stage from a pandemic-punished season. That and more on The Show.

Lauren Shellhase, Catherine Reagor
Home prices in the Phoenix area are gangbusters right now. The Show heard from two perspectives on the area's housing market to learn why the market is booming and how long this will last.
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State lawmakers are looking to increase per diem rates for their rural colleagues. We'll hear how the legislation could avoid a gubernatorial veto. Plus, an Arizona Supreme Court justice on what it means to have an independent judiciary. That and more on The Show.

Rep. David Cook
Lawmakers at the state Capitol are on a two-week break right now after failing to reach an agreement on a nearly $13 billion budget last week. But when they return next week to continue debating that massive budget package, one sticking point for some lawmakers will be increasing their own pay by increasing their per diem payments.
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The legislature is taking some time off as the House and Senate don't have enough votes to pass a budget. What is going to break the stalemate? Plus, how a massacre a century ago can help lead to more racial justice today. That and more on The Show.

Tulsa Race Massacre ruins
The history of the U.S. is dotted with examples of racial injustice and blatant acts of racism — systemic and otherwise. But one of the most horrific hadn’t received much attention or discussion until recently: The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, which occurred 100 years ago.
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It’s a special Memorial Day edition as we look at how predictive technology is affecting our communication, find out the ways monsters help us understand human history and meet an industrial engineer turned craft brewer. That and more on The Show.

Greenwood Brewing Herstory Brew
Today, we meet former industrial engineer turned craft brewer Megan Greenwood. Greenwood started as a home brewer but soon put her engineering and marketing skills to use by building a manufacturing facility and tap room. The Greenwood Brewery, on Roosevelt Row, will open this spring.
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Arizona lawmakers continue to fight over a proposed change to tax policy that could dramatically affect the state's coffers. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on that and the week’s other top stories. Plus, how a TV game show appearance impacted one young man's view of the world. That and more on The Show.

Nurture House
The past year has brought major challenges for small businesses. But in downtown Phoenix, a group of small business owners banded together to create something new. They recently opened what they envision as a creative space and literary hub.

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