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AZ Supreme Court to decide on hearing Tucson election, Glendale casino cases (access required)

The Arizona Supreme Court will decide Oct. 25 whether to hear cases involving city council elections in Tucson and a southern Arizona Indian tribe’s desire to build a casino near Glendale’s sports and entertainment area.

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