COVID COVID COVID.

Nothing else matters right now yet policy makers are focused elsewhere.

The pandemic is raging, and you wouldn’t know it by looking at Arizona’s state government. They are focused on everything but the pandemic. Until we get this under control, nothing else matters. Vaccine distribution issues are holding up our progress. Yet, instead of proposing more resources for struggling cities and counties, the state legislature is bickering about restricting voting rights and a woman’s right to choose what is best for their bodies.

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