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Arizona news and analysis from The Nation
August 5, 2022
Kari Lake and Blake Masters Bring the Trump Train to Arizona
For decades now, Arizona’s GOP has swung ever further rightward, even as the broader electorate in Arizona has become more liberal.
July 25, 2022
The Arizona Prison System Is Censoring “The Nation.” We’re Doing Something About It.
Arizona prison authorities are stopping incarcerated people from reading
. We’re working with the ACLU’s National Prison Project to assert their First Amendment rights.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
January 21, 2022
On Hunger Strike for Voting Rights
Unite Here Local 11 has repeatedly reached out to Kyrsten Sinema to express deep dismay at the prospect that the several voter protection bills circulating in D.C. won’t pass in the Senate.
November 19, 2021
Arizona Airport Workers Are Going on Strike
“This company is not respecting us and not respecting our union,” said one long-serving employee.
October 28, 2021
The GOP’s Grievance Industrial Complex Invades the Classroom
When parents become a posse of vigilantes, outrage is in the saddle instead of teaching or learning.
Jennifer C. Berkshire
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October 13, 2021
Primary Kyrsten Sinema
actively alienating the very voters that make up the coalition that elected her.">She’s
actively alienating the very voters that make up the coalition that elected her.
May 7, 2021
The Arizona GOP’s Attack on Democracy
The Republican Party is determined to hold power, even against the will of the electorate. But working-class immigrants are fighting back.
April 12, 2021
What the Cops Off Campus Movement Looks Like Across the Country
When we talk about police divestment, these students argue, we have to remember campus cops, too.
March 22, 2021
How Kyrsten Sinema Sold Out
The origin story of the Senate’s newest super villain.
March 19, 2021
Border State Voters Support Humane Immigration Reform
A poll of Arizona voters shows that, unlike their elected officials, they care more about policy than congressional procedure.