Are Arizona lawmakers upset about being on Russian travel ban list? Nyet

The Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 24, the day Russia invaded Ukraine. Three months later, the war is dragging on and Russia has expanded its sanction on hundreds of Americans to include Arizona lawmakers – most of whom greeted the news with a smile or a shrug. (Emily Sacia/Cronkite News)

The Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 24, the day Russia invaded Ukraine. Three months later, the war is dragging on and Russia has expanded its sanction on hundreds of Americans to include Arizona lawmakers – most of whom greeted the news with a smile or a shrug. (Emily Sacia/Cronkite News)

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