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The 14th most populated state in the U.S and home to 6,931,071 million residents is Arizona. The great state of Arizona is also the 6th largest state is the U.S with a total area of 113,990sq mi. The state of Arizona does not release vital records from the past and the present to the general public. The vital records, including birth records, death records, marriage records and death records are held by the Arizona Office of Vital Records, and are available only to close family members of the person named on them, after proof that such a relationship did exist.

Arizona Criminal Records and Vital Records

As of 2014, the crime rates in Arizona were 3,597.4 per 100,000 residents, placing it as the 15th state with most crimes in the U.S. The crimes are all documented in the Arizona judicial system that releases it as public records.

Arizona Economy

The most populated city in Arizona is its capital – Phoenix, with 1,679,243 residents as of 2017. The second most populated city in Arizona is Tucson, with 535,236 residents living in it as of 2017. The median income of an average family in phoenix is $58,075 in 2016 and the number for Tucson is $46,764. The economy in Arizona, as in other states, can be divided to a public sector and a private sector. The largest public employer in Arizona is the state government and in the private sector, the title goes to the Banner Health organization. In addition to these two employers, the residents of Arizona also work in the trade, utilities and transportation sectors that employee almost half a million residents combined.

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