By Zack Ford on February 24, 2014
Arizona is already facing economic consequences from the passage of the "license to discriminate" bill. The pressure now on Gov. Jan Brewer (R) to stop the hemorrhaging.
By Ian Millhiser on February 21, 2014
The legal attack on birth control is also a legal attack on gay rights. And Arizona may help Justice Kennedy realize that.
By Zack Ford on February 20, 2014
The Arizona House advanced legislation that will legalize anti-LGBT discrimination throughout the state.
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By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on February 20, 2014
A burrito with the words "Learn English" and a slur is the latest expression of racial animus toward immigrants in Arizona. But activists say it is a "new low."
Republican lawmakers in Arizona want to allow religion to be used as an excuse for any kind of discrimination.
By Zack Ford on February 19, 2014
Bills in Kansas, South Dakota, Idaho, Maine, and Tennessee that would have provided an anti-LGBT "license to discriminate" are failing as their intent comes to light.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on February 13, 2014
In a small town less than an hour's drive from Omaha, Nebraska, residents have voted in favor of an ordinance to drive out its undocumented population.
By Joanna M. Foster on January 27, 2014
The U.S. economy added over 23,600 solar energy related jobs last year, bringing the total number of solar jobs in the nation to 142,698.
By Zack Ford on January 16, 2014
If every hotel in town refuses to offer a gay couple a room because of the owners' religious beliefs, one Arizona lawmaker thinks that should be perfectly legal.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on January 13, 2014
More than a month after the Spanish-language Affordable Care Act website went live, people are experiencing problems not just with access, but with translation issues. But, poor translation of government forms are all too common.