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UpClose with Jeff Flake (access required)

Few people on Capitol Hill stand out from the crowd as much as Rep. Jeff Flake. Despite his reputation as a nice guy with a million-dollar smile, Flake often disagrees with his colleagues across the political spectrum.

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Teachers union reluctantly teams up with Brewer (access required)

The Arizona Education Association and Gov. Jan Brewer have joined forces in a campaign to convince voters to pass a 1-cent sales tax increase, ending an 11-month standoff that put the state's largest teachers union in the awkward position of withholding support for a tax increase that would lead to more money for education.

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Scutari and Cieslak open PR firm (access required)

After years at The Arizona Republic and Moses Anshell, Chip Scutari and David Cieslak are ready to strike out on their own.The longtime colleagues earlier this month left Moses Anshell and founded their own firm, Scutari & Cieslak. Since then, the two haven't even had time to find an office or get their Web site up and running, they said, but they've already brought in a couple clients.

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Going nuclear?  (access required)

For Arizona politicians, the easy part of plunging back into the nuclear-energy business is well under way - the talking part. Now come the details, which include such hurdles as finding enough water, winning federal permits and - what else? - coming up with the billions of dollars needed to pay for construction.

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