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Yuma official says cost of caring for migrants ‘not sustainable’ for county – Cronkite News

Photo: From left, Yuma County Supervisor Jonathan Lines, New York City Council member Joe Borelli and American Immigration Council policy director Aaron Reichlin-Melnick testified on the impact immigration is having on local governments’ services. (Photo by Adrienne Washington/Cronkite News) Yuma County cannot continue to bear the cost of caring for immigrants that are flooding across


Opinion: Best Things First – John Stossel

For my new video, I asked people on the street, “If you could spend $30 billion trying to solve the world’s problems, how would you spend it?” “Build houses … address homelessness,” said a few. “Spend on health care,” “redistribution.” The most common answer was “fight climate change.” Really? Climate change is the world’s most


After intense negotiations, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signs off on $17 billion budget package – Associated Press

Gov. Katie Hobbs has signed into law a $17 billion Arizona budget package that drew criticism from Democrats for failing to limit the expansion of a school voucher program. “While it isn’t perfect, this budget is an important step towards making housing more affordable, building more roads, bridges and broadband access, expanding children’s health insurance, and investing

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