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UpClose with Susan Gerard (access required)

Susan Gerard has spent the past 20 years molding and monitoring the state’s health care system. Her expertise has led to positions as the chair of the House and Senate health committees, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services and, most recently, as a member of the board of directors for the Maricopa County Special Health District.

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‘Green’ energy debate over nuclear vs. solar heats up (access required)

Nearly a decade ago, Arizona lawmakers intent on weaning the state off fossil fuels approved a measure designed to reduce the cost to businesses to develop renewable energy in the state. The decision was the first in what would become a long line of mandates that now comprise the state’s “green” energy policy.

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UpClose with Rep. Ed Ableser (access required)

Rep. Edward Ableser, a Democrat from Tempe, admits he has made enemies at the Capitol during his four-year tenure in the House and Senate. His consistent and vocal support of state-managed programs, homosexual marriage and abortion rights has given him the continued backing of his constituents while at the same time repelling some of his more conservative colleagues.

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