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Cost prohibitive: State action on border security unlikely (access required)

As Arizona battles with the federal government over the authority to enforce immigration law, many residents and lawmakers are challenging the state to send National Guard troops to secure the border and cover the costs of completing a border wall.

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Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, center, shakes hands with Rep. Heather Carter, left, R-Cave Creek, as he arrives on the House of Representatives floor to give his State of the State Address, opening the Arizona state legislature Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Moderate, Democratic or conservative? Ducey’s State of the State turns heads (access required)

Moderate. Centrist. Pragmatic. Even Democratic. The words being used by some observers to describe Doug Ducey’s third State of the State address.