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Crandall offers new school security proposal

Crandall offers new school security proposal

Sen. Rich Crandall, a Mesa Republican, jumped into the school security fray today by announcing a proposal to raid extra Clean Elections funds to pay for more cops in schools and provide training for armed teachers and training school counselors to identify mentally unstable students.

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Arredondo argues for lighter punishment

Arredondo argues for lighter punishment

Former Rep. Ben Arredondo's attorney, Lee Stein, has filed a plea asking that the federal government’s use of “inflated” ticket prices would unfairly increase the severity of his bribery sentence. Stein argued that prosecutors should be using face value and season ticket values rather than what the FBI paid when they purchased the tickets from scalpers.

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Team LaFaro sweeps county party elections

AJ LaFaro and his team won all seats up for grabs on Saturdays’ Maricopa County GOP election. The election wasn’t close, but it also wasn’t a complete blowout. In a way, the team’s election reflects a continuity of the leadership – and politics – of outgoing Maricopa GOP chairman Rob Haney.

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Arizona’s Great Velocipede Race

Arizona’s Great Velocipede Race

El Tour de Tucson, one of the largest road bicycling events in the United States, started in 1983. The ride takes place every November.

However, the seeds for the event were planted as early as the 1890s.

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