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Some officials are trying to stop Mohave County (access required)

Rural Mohave County’s economic growth and resources are being coveted by the big cities to the south. To achieve their ends and quench their thirst, metro-area carpetbaggers are working to stop all economic progress in our communities. We have seen major developers progress through the county’s planning and zoning processes. They are bringing upscale construction, parks, ...

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