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Keeping rural arizona ‘Afloat’: USDA development program provided $750 million to bolster outlying areas (access required)

The three most prevalent words in politics these days are jobs, jobs, jobs.

On one hand, incumbents are doing and saying what they think they should in order to hang onto their jobs, and challengers are scurrying about trying to figure out ways to snatch those jobs for their very own.

But the jobs that really matter are the ones that constituents still have, are in danger of losing, have lost or are applying for.

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Real copper dome will cap centennial rifles’ Capitol etching: Colorado specialty gun maker will produce 100 rifles honoring Arizona (access required)

Jim Combs, owner of Wellington LTD, a Colorado marketing company that offers limited-edition firearms with laser-etched carvings for special occasions, keeps tabs on such things as city, county, state and business anniversaries.

So he came up with a state of Arizona centennial special edition rifle. He calls it a collector’s Henry grade .45-caliber rifle.

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