"It's a huge help in the moment."
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Mesa residents have another shot at getting help as they play catch-up.
Embry expanded testing to 50 drive-thru locations across Arizona, with many in rural communities where testing was lacking.
The four submitted loan applications with falsified employee and wage information, fake bank statements, and other false information, which allowed them to obtain 15 different loans totaling more than $3.5 million in loan proceeds.
Congressional leaders, after months of a bitter stalemate and as millions of Americans have been eager for relief, are finally indicating they're nearing a deal on a new rescue package that could pass both chambers within days.
Rep. Aaron Lieberman said helping unemployed Arizonans needs to be a priority.
White House officials and Senate Republicans are finalizing a bill that would offer $1,200 checks to many Americans and that would not renew the full unemployment insurance enhancement as part of a proposal for the next stimulus bill set to be unveiled Monday, several top administration officials said Sunday.
Maricopa County has started a new rent assistance program for those who live outside of Phoenix or Mesa and have been affected by the pandemic.
Since the week ends on a Saturday, Arizonans will miss out on extra days of unemployment money.
Governor Ducey and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs have invested $9 million in CARES Act funding to AZVoteSafe initiative to support safe and secure voting statewide.