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Winn: You’ve got nothing on me

Horne aide Kathleen Winn refuted what is perhaps the most damning evidence in Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk’s order of compliance against her and Horne, telling our reporter that her phone and email records don’t demonstrate the coordination that Polk and Bill Montgomery allege.

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Tribal economic development requires vision, persistence

For countless centuries, the people of the Gila River Indian Community — the “River People” of Akimel O’odham and Pee Posh ancestry — farmed alongside the central Arizona riverbanks that give our community its name. Our farming heritage taught my people all about the value of diversification and persistence, two key elements that have guided the renaissance of our community’s economy.

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To sue or not is truly the question

The IRC voted 3-2 yesterday on a motion by GOP Commissioner Rick Stertz to instruct its attorneys not to begin work on a possible lawsuit to force lawmakers to provide funding to the IRC unless circumstances – such as a redrawing of maps or increased activity in the pending lawsuits – compel the commission to expend its remaining resources more quickly than expected.

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