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True love or two-timers in Congress?

We certainly heard a great deal about the need to help small business during the presidential debates. And it’s no different when it comes to battles for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

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Lady of the Red Rose Bush

Lady of the Red Rose Bush

In 1865, Margaret (Maggie) Griffiths Hunt McCormick, the lovely young bride of then-Territorial Secretary of State Richard C. McCormick, traveled with her groom to their new home in Prescott. To remind her of her childhood days, she planted a rose bush from New Jersey next to her Arizona home, which was the Governor’s Mansion, as Richard was named the second territorial governor in 1866.

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Tribute to a champion

From 2003 to 2011, Bill Konopnicki honorably represented the 5th Legislative District of Arizona and was a champion of countless public policy issues, including health care, criminal justice reform, foster care, and education reform.

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