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Supercross benefits Arizona when not bound by unreasonable restrictions

Supercross benefits Arizona when not bound by unreasonable restrictions

There is significant and measureable value when fans pack a sold-out stadium to root for their favorite team. On Jan. 12, fans did exactly that at Chase Field, pumping up the local economy by purchasing tickets to the Monster Energy AMA Supercross race, as well as buying expensive beverages costing more than a six pack of same. But the economic boost extends far beyond the event itself, if the public is allowed access to areas that facilitate recreational spending.

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A case of territorial voter fraud

Robert Paul was born in Massachusetts on June 12, 1830. At the age of 12, he boarded a whaling ship and spent the next several years traveling around the world. In 1849, he arrived in San Francisco — just in time to participate in the gold rush. Then from 1859 to 1864, he served as sheriff of California’s Calaveras County. After several financial setbacks, Paul began riding shotgun for Wells Fargo.

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Regents vote to end mandatory student fee (access required)

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Tuition bills for students at Arizona’s three universities will no longer include a $2 fee to fund a politically active, non-profit group.

The bills will contain a check box instead allowing students to contribute voluntarily to the Arizona Students Association, a group that advocates on student issues and lobbies at the Legislature.

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Coincidences abound

Former Clean Elections Commissioner Lori Daniels told our reporter today that her decision to resign her seat on the commission roughly three weeks before it was set to end didn’t come at the request of the governor’s office or one of her allies.

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