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Allies of Phoenix mayor battle recall effort (access required)

It's a political oddity: A TV commercial extolling the public safety record of a sitting mayor, except the spot isn't explicitly soliciting votes and the politician isn't scheduled to appear on this year's ballot. The commercial in question promotes Phoenix ...

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Navajo Council to meet for summer session (access required)

WINDOW ROCK – The Navajo Nation Council's summer session starts Monday, and among the items to be considered are a ban on the use of commercial tobacco, more than $13 million in spending measures and a proposal to reduce the ...

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Bush/Bee fundraiser nets about $500,000 (access required)

President Bush's July 18 visit to Tucson to help Tim Bee raise funds netted an estimated $500,000, according to Bee's campaign. The campaign is calling the event the largest fundraiser in Tucson history. Final numbers will be released on the ...

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Arizona's copper economy (9117) (access required)

The main driver behind the price increase for metals is increasing demand in emerging economies in the world. Even as the U.S. economy slows, demand for commodities remains strong worldwide."Commodities offer an opportunity that's non-correlating to the stock market," says ...

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