COVID-19 Cases Barely Pass 1,000 Per Day in Arizona

Despite fears that COVID-19 cases are surging in Arizona due to the state’s low vaccination rate and the emergence of the delta variant, new cases barely exceed 1,000 per day. The most recent data from Worldometer, which is cited by reputable organizations and governments around the world, shows the number of new daily cases was 1,043 on July 21. The number of new cases has stayed generally between 500 and 1,000 since the beginning of March.

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National Sheriffs’ Association Backs Sessions in Push to Defund Sanctuary Cities

The National Sheriffs’ Association came out in favor of the Department of Justice Thursday in Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ push to withhold funds from Chicago and other sanctuary cities. The sheriffs’ association—which represents more than 3,000 sheriffs nationwide—will file an amicus brief in support of the DOJ in ongoing litigation…

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Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall Refuses to Meet With President Trump, Prefers ‘Hanging With’ Nashville Musician

Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall made headlines this week when he refused to meet with President Trump. Last week, however, he made time to meet with local musician Billy Dawson. It was unclear what important Davidson County law enforcement matter the two discussed. “@NashSheriff #daronhall and I doing our serious…

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