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Fort Grant

Fort Grant

In 1885, when Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches were raiding in southern Arizona, the 10th Cavalry was transferred from Texas to Forts Grant, Thomas, Apache and Verde in the Arizona Territory. (The 10th was one of the cavalry regiments organized with black troops after the Civil War. Indians called the men Buffalo Soldiers after their short curly hair.) The men of the 10th sent to Fort Grant had been given one of the most desirable postings in the Arizona Territory.

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High court allows new contribution limits

The Arizona Supreme Court has overturned the injunction placed on Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit) by the appellate court. In a brief order following this morning’s oral arguments, the court vacated the Court of Appeals opinion and lifted the preliminary injunction.

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For all the campaign finance limit marbles

The Arizona Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow in the appeal of the injunction against Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit), and whatever the high court decides is likely to be the law of the land for the 2014 election cycle.

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