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Gov. proposes cuts for Prescott museum (access required)

Gov. Jan Brewer has proposed eliminating funding for the Prescott Historical Society and its Sharlot Hall Museum. The 2010 budget proposes a phase out of state money over the next five years. About 20 percent of funding would be cut annually. The governor's budget overview states the spending plan gives the Prescott Historical Society ”an ...

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