When Arizona announced Monday that everyone 16 and older could now get a COVID vaccine appointment, many were distraught that their 1C category had been skipped and they would now have to vy with all comers.
The U.S. moratorium on evictions expires March 31 and so far there is no indication it will be extended, potentially leaving thousands of Pima County residents vulnerable to eviction.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's eviction moratorium is set to expire March 31 and there is no indication it will be extended.
The poorest people in the state are being disproportionately hurt by the fallout from COVID-19, leaving groups across Pima County to prepare an eviction and homelessness crisis after Jan. 1.
Some 74,000 Pima County residents risk losing the roof over their head when Gov. Doug Ducey's moratorium on evictions in Arizona ends later this month.
Announcement means Gov. Doug Ducey will get to name a fifth member of the state's high court.
The global semiconductor design and manufacturing company has more than 300 employees in Tucson already and plans to add at least 35 more in the next five years with average salaries of $143,000.