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Mexico Lays Out Plans For $8 Billion Oil Refinery
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Supporters of an Arizona activist ordered to be deported this week are making a last-ditch effort to keep her in the United States by asking Gov. Doug Ducey to pardon Alejandra Pablos.
Arizona Falling Way Behind In Early Childhood Education
Study after study has proven that starting a child’s education right — and early — is essential in helping them achieve their goals in the future. But, study after study has also shown that we often fail to do this for kids — especially those born into poverty.
Documentary Tracks Barbie
Barbie. We all know her, some of us love her, some of us hate her. But, since she was introduced in 1959, it’s clear that Barbie has become much more than a doll.
Number Of Kids With Health Insurance Declines Since 2016
More American children did not have health insurance last year than the year before — specifically, an estimated 276,000 more. This is the first case of decline in nearly a decade.
Deadline Set For Colorado River Deal
Water managers from across the Colorado River Basin are wrapping up their conference in Las Vegas this Friday. Luke Runyon of KUNC in Colorado is there covering it and joined The Show to talk about it.

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