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The brand new Northern Arizona Re-Employment center got some serious attention on Wednesday evening (8/14). Not only was the Grand Opening filled with dignitaries, but it was also even more filled with Page and Page-area residents who are excited about the possibilities.
The president signed a bill making it possible for Flagstaff and Yuma to now hold federal court proceedings into the future.
It's August and Capitol Hill is largely still, even as many Americans clamor for gun-control legislation after a series of deadly mass shootings.
PHOENIX – Arizona lawmakers from both sides of the aisle and President Donald Trump found something on which they can all agree.
Trump signed a bipartisan bill last week that improves access to the federal court system for Arizonans living outside major population centers.
A bipartisan bill, backed by all Arizona members of Congress, that would expand access to federal courts for people in Flagstaff and Yuma, has been signed into law by President Trump. Congressman Tom O’Halleran introduced the bill in the House, which passed back in July. A companion bill was introduced in the Senate by Senator Martha McSally and co-sponsored by Senator Kyrsten Sinema.
PHOENIX – A bipartisan Arizona congressional delegation has written the Pentagon asking for more aerial refueling tankers at a Phoenix-based Air National Guard unit.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran is the main sponsor of a bill to repeal archaic laws toward Native Americans, and he is also working on bills to continue a moratorium on mining near the Grand Canyon, approve more funding for schools on the reservations and improve health care programs for Native Americans.
PHOENIX – A bipartisan bill backed by all of Arizona’s members of Congress to expand access to federal courts in the state is heading the president’s desk.
Two weeks after the House version passed, the Senate on Thursday approved the companion bill introduced by Republican Sen. Martha McSally and cosponsored by Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
WASHINGTON – Democratic lawmakers beat back a series of Republican amendments Wednesday before advancing bills to restrict mining around the Grand Canyon and on tribal lands in Arizona and New Mexico.
A bipartisan effort in Congress seeks to repeal several archaic federal laws that specifically discriminate against Native Americans. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports, many of the outdated statutes were passed more than a century ago.