May 12, 2021 Press Release

Today, Rep. Greg Stanton announced more than $471 million in emergency funding for Arizona community colleges, universities, and students under the American Rescue Plan. Ten Arizona institutions will receive funding—Arizona State University will receive more than $191 million, and Mesa Community College will receive $31 million.

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May 10, 2021 Press Release

Rep. Greg Stanton announced today that Arizona will receive more than $5 billion in federal relief funds under the American Rescue Plan to support economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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May 3, 2021 Press Release

Today, Rep. Greg Stanton urged House appropriators to consider funding critical water infrastructure projects in Arizona during a hearing before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies.

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U.S. Capitol Building at Twilight

Better Government

It’s time for Congress to restore transparency in Washington and return political power to the people.

Groundbreaking for a new Phoenix VA facility

Economy

Arizona families deserve a strong economy that creates real opportunity for everyone—not just those at the top.

Rep. Stanton discusses immigration with a representative of Customs and Border Protection

Trade

Arizonans know well the unique economic opportunities  that come with being a border state.

Valley Metro Light Rail goes through downtown Tempe and ASU campus

Transportation & Infrastructure

Arizona is one of the fastest growing states, and we need to invest now in smart infrastructure that will support that growth.

stethoscope on a clipboard

Health Care

Arizona families deserve a health care system that works for everyone. That means access to more affordable options.

Military soldier saluting American flag

Military & Veterans

Arizona is home to more than half a million veterans, and many of them face new battles when they return home.

Immigration

Immigration

Immigrants make Arizona's economy stronger. We need a system that works better for everyone.

The Lake Mead National Recreation Area near the Arizona/Nevada Border.  high-water mark or “bathtub ring” is visible on the shoreline; Lake Mead is down 139 vertical feet.

Water & Climate

Water is the lifeblood of Arizona's economy. We have to plan for a hotter, drier future now.

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