‘Crossroads of the climate crisis’: swing state Arizona grapples with deadly heat

Maricopa county is home to America’s hottest city, where deaths from the heat are weighing on voters’ minds

Even now, Ivan Moore can’t think why his father didn’t didn’t tell anyone that the air conditioning in their house was busted. “I honestly don’t know what was going through his mind,” he said.

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