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Supreme Court Seems Ready to Sustain Arizona Voting Limits

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed poised on Tuesday to uphold two Arizona voting restrictions, one requiring election officials to discard ballots cast at the…

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A Supreme Court Test for What’s Left of the Voting Rights Act

But Paul M. Smith, a lawyer with the Campaign Legal Center, which submitted a brief supporting the challengers, said lower courts had worked out a…

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Frank Shankwitz, a Founder of Make-a-Wish, Is Dead at 77

Frank Shankwitz, an Arizona Highway Patrol officer who, after helping a terminally ill boy realize his dream of becoming a motorcycle cop, co-founded the Make-a-Wish…

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Why Arizona’s Senators May Collide With Democrats Who Elected Them

Democrats control the U.S. Senate by a single vote. President Biden has placed bipartisanship near the top of his agenda. Republican senators are pushing for…

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Arizona G.O.P. Set to Censure Doug Ducey, Cindy McCain and Jeff Flake

Arizona Republicans are poised to censure three of their own party’s most high-profile members in the state: Gov. Doug Ducey, former Senator Jeff Flake and…

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