Two hot issues dominate two debates on this weekend's "Sunday Square Off."

Fresh off Donald Trump's immigration speech in Phoenix last week, Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego and GOP State Sen. John Kavanagh size up Trump and Hillary Clinton's immigration plans.

With the Arizona Supreme Court giving the formal go-ahead last week to a November vote on raising the state's minimum wage, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo and Glenn Hammer, CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry, debate whether voters should approve a boost from the current $8.05 an hour to $12 an hour by 2020.

1. Arizona cities' 'living wage' higher than state minimum wage

Three Arizona cities - Flagstaff, Phoenix and Tucson - have a 'living wage' higher than the state minimum wage. Does that make the case for raising the minimum wage?

2. What Trump immigration plan would do in Arizona

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outlines a hardline policy on illegal immigration in a Phoenix speech last week. Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego and GOP State Sen. John Kavanagh debate what the plan would mean for Arizona.

3. Huge differences between Trump, Clinton on immigration

The immigration debate offers the sharpest policy contrasts between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic counterpart, Hillary Clinton.