Enrollment for colleges and universities have fallen once again since the beginning of the pandemic, with over a million fewer students currently enrolled across the country.
Tag Archives: Arizona
COVID-19’s Impact on Arizona Travel
With the decrease in travel throughout the past few years due to the pandemic, states like Arizona have felt the impact of less tourists traveling to the state for vacation trips.
Arizona Outlaws Abortion After 15 Weeks as Supreme Court Considers Similar Mississippi Ban￼
Since the Supreme Court agreed to consider Mississippi’s ban, multiple states have passed previability bans.
Arizona Roads are So Bad They’re Breaking Your Car
After decades of underfunding and neglect, Arizona’s poor roads and bridges are hitting drivers where it hurts: their wallets.
Biden Infrastructure Plan Paves Way for Arizona Towards Improving Water Infrastructure and Other Key Areas
Thanks to the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), Arizona is set to receive significant federal funding over the next five years.
What Happens Now for Families Across Maricopa After the End of the Child Tax Credit?
In 2021, many Arizona families with children were able to claim additional aid from the expanded Child Tax Credit in President Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.