Governor Ducey signed 387 bills during the second session of Arizona’s 55th Legislature, capping eight successful years of collaboration with lawmakers to position our fast-growing state as a land of opportunity. The bills – which prioritized K-12 education, public safety, water security, infrastructure, veterans, health care and more – go into effect Saturday, September 24.
Photo: Migrants, left, are being rescued by volunteers of the Ocean Viking, a migrant search and rescue ship run by NGOs SOS Mediterranee and the International Federation of Red Cross (IFCR) Italian authorities scrambled on Sunday to relieve overcrowding in shelters after scores of boats carrying a total of about 1,000 migrants reached Italy’s southern
Photo: Juana Brito Bautista and her three children wait in line outside the National Institute of Migration office in Tapachula, Mexico Mu’taz hoped to be holding his 13-year-old nephew’s hand as they took their first steps into Mexico, marking the end of their long, arduous journey from Jordan. Instead, Mu’taz crossed alone; his nephew is
July 4 Weekend Brings Multiple Attempts to Enter U.S. Illegally Off Southern California Coast – Customs and Border Protection
Photo: On Sunday, July 3, at about 1:50 p.m., a crew aboard a CBP Air and Marine Operations boat stopped a recreational boat off shore, just west of Point Loma, with 12 people on board Federal officials stopped multiple attempts to illegally enter the U.S. by sea along the coast of Southern California over the
Photo: from a record drug seizure last December by the AGO, DEA, and Scottsdale Police. Video of the above drug seizure is available here. Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced his office (AGO) issued a legal opinion today determining the current crisis at Arizona’s southern border, fueled by violence and lawlessness of cartels and gangs, legally qualifies as