While senators in Undergraduate Student Government work to pass resolutions they hope prevent mistakes from occurring next semester during the election, a large part of the process is left up to the executive branch who only recently named an elections commissioner, breaking the process laid out in the elections code for the position.
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A UCLA study found LGBTQ+ adults are more likely than non-LGBTQ+ adults to have student loans.
President Joe Biden announced last month his promise to provide two years of tuition-free community college for every student would not be fulfilled by the proposed Build Back Better Act. The provision was unlikely to pass the Senate, where Democrats hold a slim majority.
Over 100 members of the Jewish community and their allies rallied Thursday against antisemitic flyers found around campus on Monday.
Global supply chains have been disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has driven inflation and raised costs of gas, groceries and consumer products.
The American Bar Association issued a unanimous resolution in 2013 calling on U.S. states to ban the gay and trans panic defenses, defined by the LGBT Bar as "a legal strategy which asks a jury to find that a victim's sexual orientation or gender identity is to blame for the defendant's violent reaction, including murder."
A new law sponsored by State Rep. Jennifer Jermaine (D-Chandler) aims to reduce the number of missing Indigenous youth and foster children, who disappear at disproportionate rates in Arizona.
Several ASU student organizations, including ASU Young Democrats, Planned Parenthood Generation Action at ASU, ASU Society of Women Engineers and Socialist Revolution at ASU, participated in the Women's March Phoenix on Saturday to protest for abortion access.
The United States has never defaulted on its debts. A default, which will occur on Oct. 18 if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling, will mean the U.S. government will not be able to take out any new loans because it will have reached the self-imposed limit.
The Maricopa County 2020 election audit, published Sept. 24, confirmed there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election in Arizona. Ballots were reviewed by cybersecurity company Cyber Ninjas through a hand recount.
Former U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon, ASU's former vice president of government affairs, spoke about his positions on economic policy, immigration and federalism at the first event in a series of candidate visits hosted by ASU College Republicans Monday.
Last Wednesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 8, a law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. According to the New York Times, SB 8 is the most restrictive abortion law in the country circumventing Roe v. Wade, the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion nationwide.