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School districts plan for all-day kindergarten (access required)

If state legislators don't fund all-day kindergarten, Phoenix-area school districts say they have a backup plan to keep it in place. Full-day kindergarten made news early in the legislative session as lawmakers discussed ways to close Arizona's $3 billion budget ...

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Bill would bar gun bans for parked vehicles (access required)

A bill being considered by Arizona legislators is seen as pitting the rights of gun owners against the private property rights of businesses and others. The bill would allow gun owners to keep legally owned weapons in their locked, privately ...

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Officials: AZ has enough antivirals for flu (access required)

Public health officials say Arizona has enough courses of antiviral medicines to respond to swine flu cases, even though the state's stockpile of flu-treatment doses are lower than the recommended level. Arizona, which so far has four confirmed swine flu ...

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Rifle group prepares for Phoenix meeting (access required)

PHOENIX – Members of the National Rifle Association are coming to Phoenix this month at a time when gun owners fear the administration may be out to strip them of their firearms. President Barack Obama said in April that he ...

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This week in the Senate: Approps Committee eyeing May 5 (access required)

***UPDATE*** This meeting has been cancelled. Most Senate committees have cleared their calendars this week, expecting leadership to push hard for an agreement on the budget and in anticipation of a Senate Appropriations hearing on May 5.   Committees that are scheduled to meet will ...

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First quarter state casino revenue falls (access required)

TUCSON – Poor economic conditions continue in the casino industry in Arizona. Indian tribes gave 9.4 percent less money in the first quarter of 2009 to the Arizona Department of Gaming. Department director Mark Brnovich said casinos, like other businesses, ...

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