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Arizona voters approved legalizing recreational marijuana in last fall’s election. A look at how popular the grow-your-own option has been so far. Plus, a rapper brings positivity and love of video games to his music. That and more on The Show.

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Rapper Raheem Jarbo — also known as Mega Ran — has a new autobiography called "Dream Master: a Memoir: From the Stoop to the Stage to the Stars." Jarbo joined The Show to talk about it.
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Arizona is set to get billions of dollars from the recently-passed American Rescue Plan Act. Could some of that money be in jeopardy, though, if the state goes ahead with plans to cut taxes? Plus, what to expect this week at the state Capitol. That and more on The Show.

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Asian American and Pacific Island communities across America have galvanized to demonstrate opposition to violence and aggressions that have ramped up in the last year, including last week’s deadly shootings of six Asian women in the Atlanta area. On Friday night, about 250 people gathered in Phoenix for a vigil at the state Capitol.
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A state Supreme Court justice steps down, and the first candidate gets into next year’s governor’s race. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze the top stories of the past week. Plus, an Arizona institution puts saguaros in the spotlight. That and more on The Show.

Saguaro cacti
The March issue of Arizona Highways magazine is devoted to images and words about the saguaro cactus. The Show spoke with Editor Robert Stieve for more about why the publication put that particular cactus in the spotlight.
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Federal agencies have issued their findings on foreign interference attempts during last November’s election. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on what Arizona can do to limit the threats. Plus, Grammy awards aren’t just about performers. We’ll talk to the winner who wrote the best album notes. That and more on The Show.

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Arizona teachers and parents took to the streets on Wednesday in a socially distanced motor march around the Capitol to voice their concerns on efforts they say threaten education funding.
School Voucher Bill Passes House Ways And Means Committee
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The Maricopa County Attorney's Office has dropped controversial gang-related charges against a group of protestors but plans to file new charges against some of them. We'll hear from County Attorney Allister Adel. Plus, the debate over including long-term care facilities in a proposal to shield Arizona businesses from COVID-related lawsuits. That and more on The Show.

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March 19 will mark one year since the pandemic forced The Breadfruit and Rum Bar in downtown Phoenix to close. At the same time, the Chicago Hamburger Company saw sales plummet 65%. Over the past year, KJZZ has been checking in with both restaurants and shares how the pandemic has changed the business owners professionally and personally.