Gov. Katie Hobbs is set to deliver her first State of the State speech today, and lawmakers begin their new session. We’ll take a look at the issues that could dominate both. Plus, a conversation with the new president of the Navajo Nation, the youngest to ever hold the office. That and more on The Show.
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