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Court rules private cell phones can contain public records

The unanimous ruling from a three-judge panel contradicts an attorney general’s opinion earlier this year that concluded communications made by public employees or elected officials solely on private electronic devices or private social media accounts are never public record.

New Neighbors: Shifting Communities In The Valley Of The Sun

The New Neighbors project is a collaboration between KJZZ and AZCIR exploring how Phoenix changed after the economic crisis. AZCIR gathered data from demographics to rental rates to identify parts of Phoenix that recovered the best, changed the most or are still struggling.

Arizona legislative voting analysis

Every year, Arizona’s 30 Senators and 60 House members vote hundreds of times. The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting analyzed every floor vote from the 2017 legislative session to determine levels of agreement among lawmakers in each chamber.

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