AARON MORRISON and KAT STAFFORD Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — On the day after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global pandemic, Joe Ferguson was given a batch of court-ordered evictions to carry out in his job as constable in Tucson, Arizona. He knocked on doors in the majority Hispanic community of South Tucson, told residents to gather personal effects, clothing, medications and pets, and watched as some families became homeless. Ferguson says he strongly opposed the evictions, with the Arizona court system still requiring him to toss people out of their homes even as the nation was going into a deeper state of lockdown and panic over the coronavirus. "To serve the best interests of the entire community, while we're all facing a public health epidemic, we should allow
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