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There’s a last time for everything

One of the issues brought up in the recent death-penalty litigation challenging the authority of the Board of Executive Clemency was whether the selection committee that forwarded nominees to Brewer violated open meeting laws.

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Young illegal immigrants coming out of the shadows

From California to Georgia to New York, children of families who live here illegally are "coming out" — marching behind banners that say "undocumented and unafraid," staging sit-ins in federal offices, and getting arrested in the most defiant ways — in front of the Alabama Capitol, outside federal immigration courts and detention centers, in Maricopa County, Ariz., home of the sworn enemy of illegal immigrants, Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

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Arizona Commerce Authority transparency criticized by PIRG (access required)

The Arizona Public Interest Research Group yesterday released a report critiquing the Arizona Commerce Authority’s transparency practices, calling on the agency to make more information about subsidy programs available online and to fight for legislative change in areas where the ACA is prohibited by law from disclosing information.

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