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Transfer provides money for Ariz. school vouchers (access required)

Arizona officials are going to use $5 million appropriated for state public education funding to pay for private school vouchers for disabled and foster children. Implementing a transfer endorsed by a legislative oversight committee Aug. 12, state accountants transferred the ...

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DNCC adds to event lineup for convention (access required)

The Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) and the Obama for America Campaign have announced new speakers and gavel times for the opening three nights of the 2008 Democratic National Convention, to take place Aug. 25-28 in Denver.  Monday, August 25 – One ...

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Virtual fence construction in Arizona put on hold (access required)

TUCSON – Construction on "virtual fence" projects scheduled along Arizona's border with Mexico is on hold indefinitely because the Interior Department hasn't signed off on use of its lands, federal officials said Aug. 19. Interior officials have not accepted a ...

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Funkhouser is in the House (access required)

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Aug. 20 to finish out former District 11 Rep. Mark DeSimone's term with attorney David Funkhouser III. The other nominees were Eric Meyer, who is running for the seat, and Ann Wallack, ...

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St. Paul to be lower key, but still hoppin' (access required)

WASHINGTON D.C. – John McCain's coming out party will feature just as much partying as Barack Obama's Denver convention, but in St. Paul, the crowd is expected to be lighter. With half the number of delegates as Democrats, the floor ...

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Crump endorses Seel, calls for Bouie to withdraw (access required)

The incumbent Republican representative in a northern Phoenix legislative race is calling on Republican candidate Tony Bouie to withdraw from the race for what he called "blatant lies" about Bouie's voter-registration status when he lived in Florida. In a press ...

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