Education biggest concern for Arizonans

For the fourth consecutive year, Arizona voters have named education as the most critical issue facing the state. Forty percent named education as the biggest issue, with immigration coming in second at 29 percent and healthcare at 8 percent. Christine Thompson, president and CEO of Expect More Arizona, talks more about the issue.

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