The midterm elections brought some good news for supporters of abortion rights, immigrants, environmental activists, and union members among other groups, with Democrats Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs winning key races in the state.
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Despite coming into politics in a right-leaning battleground state, Arizona Democrats Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs beat out their Republican counterparts. Young voters drove home their win.
Arizona is facing its worst drought in 1,200 years, but the state's water crisis isn't receiving the urgent political coverage and care it deserves.
Following the murder of Mahsa (Jina) Amini at the hands of the Iranian morality police, Iranians are risking their lives to protest Iran's oppressive regime. As the Iranian government's violent crackdown on this civil disobedience intensifies, it's more important than ever for ASU to be on the right side of history and condemn the Iranian regime.
An Arizona school voucher expansion bill has recently gone into effect after the petition set out to contest it didn't receive enough signatures for a referendum.
In a post-Roe landscape, access to reproductive health care options and resources on campus are more critical than ever. ASU needs to better advertise its existing reproductive health care resources, in addition to making them more accessible to students across its campuses.
There's something to be said about beginner's luck. But for Arizona Republican Senate nominee Blake Masters, his luck seems to be running out. And now he's feeling the heat, illuminating a new, iron-fisted side of the Republican Party — a side that's frightening in its pragmatism.