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Mayor hosts swearing-in of 28 new citizens at City Hall ceremony

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The last step in the difficult and years-long process of becoming a U.S. citizen, the naturalization ceremony is a happy time for participants and their families. During and after today’s ceremony, people waved American flags, posed for photos in front of the flag, and spoke with great feeling about their gratitude at being part of this country.

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Tucson Fire Department wins highest rating

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The Tucson Fire Department achieved a level of excellence that few fire departments do, making Tucson one of 241 communities nationally—and one of two in Arizona—to win an ISO rating of Class 1. ISO ratings are issued to communities throughout the United States by an independent agency, the ISO (originally Insurance Services Office), and most […]

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Mayor receives Small Business Advocate Award

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Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild received a Small Business Advocate Award from the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Partner America program this morning at a gathering of business owners at City Hall.

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Tucson, South Tucson are not sanctuary cities

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Arizona Daily Star “Tucson and the city of South Tucson are not ‘sanctuary cities,’ officials said Wednesday, the day President Trump signed an executive order to withhold federal grants to communities that protect illegal immigrants.” Read more…

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Women’s March in Tucson—Mayor’s prepared remarks

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Programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, that have brought a measure of security to millions and millions of older and disabled Americans; programs like the Affordable Care Act, that have insured more than 20 million Americans—these and many other programs are under attack.

Yet these are the programs that helped make this country great…

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