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The Southern Arizona Auto Company (access required)

Although this photo was taken in 1908, the Southern Arizona Auto Company still operates today in Douglas. The Stevens-Duryea Company produced cars in Chicopee Falls, Mass., between 1901 and 1915 and from 1919 to 1927. The company’s first foray into ...

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Lawmakers eye pension fund for research cash (access required)

Lawmakers are trying to tap the state's main retirement system for public employees to replace state funding for research projects meant to help spur economic development. The House Commerce Committee on June 10 voted 5-2 for a new piece of legislation ...

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House panel backs ballot measure on bias (access required)

A House committee has endorsed new legislation to have Arizona voters decide whether to amend the state Constitution to generally prohibit discrimination and favorable treatment by state and local government based on sex, race, ethnicity, color and national origin. The ...

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Burns says there's no budget deal (access required)

Senate President Bob Burns provided a statement to the media late June 10 to clarify that legislative leaders have not reached a final budget agreement with the governor. "There is no current budget deal. Discussions and negotiations continue," Burns stated in ...

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House OKs bill aiding gas storage project (access required)

The Arizona House has approved a bill loosening state regulatory protections for groundwater to help a Texas company's proposal to store natural gas in a stadium-sized underground cavern. The House voted on the Republican-sponsored bill largely along party lines June ...

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Brewer appoints Pima Superior Court judge (access required)

Gov. Jan Brewer on June 10 announced the appointment of assistant U.S. attorney Richard Gordon to the Pima County Superior Court. Gordon had been with the U.S. Attorney's Office since 1998. Prior to his time as an assistant U.S. attorney, ...

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