Daily News Roundup

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Editors’ Note: The Daily News Roundup in its usual format will not be published again until approximately October 23. The creator of this superb and comprehensive column in The Prickly Pear is taking a well deserved vacation and will resume the column around the aforementioned date.

Until the Daily News Roundup resumes its usual format in the latter part of October, The Prickly Pear will present linked articles daily that focus on Arizona News for our readership.


Maricopa County Admits To Voter Disenfranchisement


Maricopa County Recorder: Progressive Social Issues Are Not Threats To America


AZGOP Fundraising On The Rise


Arizona congressional delegation plays key role in McCarthy ouster


Arizona Lawmakers React To Ousting Of House Speaker McCarthy


More than 255,000 apprehended at southern border in September


Shipping containers once used for Arizona wall up for auction


Armed “Gotaways” Crossing U.S. Border Cause Concern Over The Weekend


Phoenix To Implement A $180 Million Tax?!?!


Maricopa County Sheriff Penzone resigning in January


School Choice Supporters Mark One Year Anniversary Of ESA Expansion


Queen Creek’s COVID Resolution Should Be Adopted In Every City In Arizona


Gov. Hobbs’ Press Secretary Behind ‘Transphobes’ Death Threat Is Now A Dark Money Operative


Dark Money Giant Funding Arizona Leftist Nonprofits Under Investigation


Phoenix College Hosts Drag Queen Story Hour With Banned Books For Children


Hobbs asked Mayorkas for more border support, continuing to bus migrants north


America Is Suffering From Chronic Poor Leadership


Audit: Arizona Public Safety Pension System had unreported conflicts of interest


Report: Kari Lake to wage Senate bid against Sinema, Gallego


Activist Group Begins Process To Make Abortion A Constitutional Right In Arizona


The Initiative Proposing Jungle Primaries And Ranked Choice Voting Is As Confusing As Expected


Unleashing Supply To Meet The Surge: The Next Horizon Of School Choice In Arizona


NAU Joins Biden Administration Effort To Validate Indigenous Knowledge As Scientific


Hamadeh Files His Long-Awaited Election Appeal


People Are Flocking to Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ


August border encounters of more than 322,000 highest monthly total in U.S. history


Proposed constitutional amendment aims to scrap Arizona ‘Right to Work’ status


Signature drive for state constitutional right to abortion begins in Arizona


Rep. Gosar: ‘A Better Society’ Would Hang General Milley For Jan. 6 Role


Hobbs Refuses To Follow The Law On Director Nominations


Hobbs pulls director nominees to avoid Senate committee


Housing Affordability Decline To Become Issue In 2024 Election


Pinal County Needs To Refund The $80 Million It Illegally Collected From Taxpayers


Scottsdale Mom Sued For Exposing Board President’s Dossier Wins Anti-SLAPP Ruling


Porn Or Library Book? Looks Can Be Deceiving.


Parker Condemns Mesa’s “Misguided” Homeless Plan


Toma And Petersen Take On Federal Homeless Fight At U.S. Supreme Court


AG Mayes Agrees With Reps. Nguyen And Bliss: Phoenix’s Ukrainian Gun Ordinance Illegal


Horne And Hobbs’ Battle Over EANS Funds Heats Up


Meet The ASU Professor Behind Arizona’s Drag Queen Story Hour


Biden to visit Arizona next week to fundraise, give speech on democracy


Border Patrol Union Sounds The Alarm On The Growing Migration Crisis


More Bonds And Budget Overrides Will Not Solve Arizona’s Educational Problems


Former National Intelligence Director: Democrats Didn’t Count All AG Votes in Arizona


Arizona officials share outcry in mass release of migrants


Yuma Official Says Cost Of Caring For Migrants ‘Not Sustainable’ For County


ASU’s Required Inclusivity Training Violates State Law, Says Goldwater Institute


Arizona State University releases report over conservative event backlash


Report: COVID learning loss could cost Arizona 18,000 high school grads by 2032


Lead Ammo Ruling A Win For 2nd Amendment Advocates


Glendale Public Library To Host ‘Why Pronouns Matter’ Event Funded By Taxpayers


Arizona ports fear federal border policies could lead to ‘another 9/11 tragedy’


Hobbs Ensures Closure Of Historic Racetrack, Costing Thousands In Jobs And Millions In Revenue


Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Is Lying Through Her Teeth


Ugenti-Rita Announces Run For Maricopa County Board Of Supervisors


Judge Orders Phoenix To Clean Up ‘The Zone’ Homeless Encampment By November


Universal licensure law continues to economically benefit Arizona


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