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‘Democracy runs through Arizona’: candidate for attorney general says fate of the nation is at stake

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The future of American democracy could be determined by a handful of attorneys general, who will also play a crucial role in shielding women and doctors from draconian abortion bans, according to the Democratic candid...

‘Incredibly scary’: Arizona wildfires scorch more than 138,000 acres

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A pair of wildfires burning in Arizona have scorched more than 138,700 acres, with nearly 1,000 firefighters battling to protect communities, power lines and highways. The Telegraph fire, which is burning near a distr...

‘This is not typical’: Arizona wildfire fighters brace for threat ‘on steroids’

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Firefighters working to keep more homes from burning on the edge of a mountain town in northern Arizona were treated to scattered showers and cooler temperatures early on Friday, but the favorable weather was not expe...

‘We need to be in the know’: Arizona veterans hold January 6 watch party

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The beer was flowing as the televised public hearing on the January 6 attack on the Capitol got under way in Phoenix, Arizona, at a watch party organised by veterans ashamed and angry at the attempted coup. The party ...

Arizona ‘refurbishes’ its gas chamber to prepare for executions, documents reveal

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The state of Arizona is preparing to kill death row inmates using hydrogen cyanide, the same lethal gas that was deployed at Auschwitz. Documents obtained by the Guardian reveal that Arizona’s department of correction...

Arizona ballot audit backed by secretive donors linked to Trump’s inner circle

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Dark money groups tied to Donald Trump’s inner circle and backed by people who have spread baseless claims about the 2020 presidential election appear to be playing a key role in funding an unprecedented review of 2.1...

Arizona braces for additional water cuts amid megadrought

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Arizona water authorities are bracing for additional cuts to the quantity of water supplied by the Colorado River, prompting calls for more aggressive conservation measures to prevent further reductions. Officials in ...

Arizona counties find fewer than 200 possible voter fraud cases among 3m 2020 ballots

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Arizona county election officials have identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud out of more than 3m ballots cast in last year’s presidential election, undercutting Donald Trump’s claims of a stolen ele...

Arizona Democrats censure Kyrsten Sinema for voting rights failure

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The Arizona Democratic party has formally censured Kyrsten Sinema, the US senator whose opposition to filibuster reform helped sink attempts to protect voting rights. In a statement on Saturday the Arizona party chai...

Arizona emails show Trump pushed ‘to prove any fraud’ before Capitol attack

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As Donald Trump digested news of his two-year suspension from Facebook for inciting the Capitol attack, emails were released in which the Republican president of the Arizona state senate said Trump called her after hi...

Arizona executes man convicted in 1978 killing of college student

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An Arizona man convicted of killing a college student in 1978 was killed by the state on Wednesday after a nearly eight-year hiatus in its use of the death penalty, brought on by an execution critics say was botched a...

Arizona father held after threat to zip-tie school principal over Covid rules

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The father of an Arizona elementary school student was arrested after he and two other men showed up to the campus with zip-tie handcuffs, threatening a “citizen’s arrest” of the school principal over a Covid-19 quara...

Arizona governor signs law requiring proof of citizenship to vote for president

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Arizona’s Republican governor on Wednesday signed a bill requiring voters to prove their citizenship to vote in a presidential election, drawing fierce opposition from voting rights advocates who say it risks affectin...

Arizona official says voting machines should be replaced after ‘audit’ – live

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Secretary of state says there has been a ‘lack of physical security and transparency’ during the Republican-ordered recount by private company

Arizona passes sweeping anti-abortion bill banning procedure for genetic issues

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Arizona’s governor has signed a sweeping anti-abortion bill that bans the procedure if the woman is seeking it solely because a fetus has a genetic abnormality such as Down’s syndrome. Doctors who perform an abortion ...

Arizona police officer who fatally shot man in a wheelchair is fired

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An Arizona police officer has been fired amid outrage over the killing of a suspected shoplifter who was in a motorized wheelchair and moving slowly away from officers when he was shot in the back multiple times. Surv...

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