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State Land Department director resigns (access required)

Arizona State Land Department Director Mark Winkleman has submitted a letter of resignation to Gov. Jan Brewer and will stepping down from his position on May 22. Winkleman told the Arizona Capitol Times he resigned on May 8 as part of a "mutual agreement" reached with the Brewer administration, and that he will be returning ...

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