UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, April 29: What we know | Government & Politics

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As the spread of coronavirus continues, here are the latest updates from Southern Arizona.

Limiting emergency powers of future governors awaits Ducey’s signature

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: April 27

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Arizona lawmakers OK religious freedom bill despite discrimination concerns

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: April 20

Masks no longer required on Tucson public transit

Free Zoom talks offered about long COVID, other virus problems

Arizona lawmakers OK religious freedom bill despite discrimination concerns

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: April 13

Tucson Electric Power bills going up

All things considered, Tucson book festival was a triumph

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: April 6

New operator approved for Old Tucson Studios

Business looking up for street vendors at Nogales border crossing

Tucson Electric customers could see big increase in monthly bill

3 days, 6 stages: Folk Festival returns to downtown Tucson

Tucson-area teacher surprised with award for success during pandemic

TUSD middle-schoolers years behind in math, reading in 2 schools

Arizona senators ask Biden to keep policy that quickly expels migrants from US

Panel OKs banning any COVID vax mandates for Arizona students

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: March 23

Beleaguered health system struggles to treat poor, isolated patients

Pima County announces potential new operator for Old Tucson Studios

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: March 16

University of Arizona set to end mask mandates next week

Safety violations, resource shortages put Arizona dialysis patients at heightened risk

Summer education program sign-ups likely won’t start until late March

TUSD to end mask mandates, return to in-person meetings

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: March 9

Supervisors to resume in-person meetings, end mask mandates for Pima County buildings

Coronavirus cases in Arizona, mapped by county: March 2

Pima County schools weigh whether to lift mask mandates

Workers fired for refusing COVID vaccine would get year’s pay under Arizona legislation

Pima County, Tucson receive extra $22M to help prevent evictions, could get more

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