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Bill Clinton offers support to Obama (access required)

WASHINGTON – Former President Clinton said through a spokesman June24 that he is committed to helping Barack Obama become president, his first comments in support of his wife's former rival since their primary ended three weeks ago. Relations between the ...

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Senate confirms FEC nominees (access required)

WASHINGTON – The Senate on June 25 confirmed five nominees for the Federal Election Commission, breaking a prolonged partisan logjam and allowing the agency to resume functioning. The nominees were confirmed without dissent after drawn-out talks between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, ...

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AZ Senate OKs longer tax break for solar (access required)

Supporters of an effort to help Arizona utilities pay for renewable energy have won a key vote in the Legislature. The Senate on June 23 approved a bill to extend a property tax break for generating plants using solar, wind and other ...

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McCain wants to offer $300M for new auto battery (access required)

John McCain hopes to solve the country's energy crisis with cold hard cash. The presumed Republican nominee is proposing a $300 million government prize to whoever can develop an automobile battery that far surpasses existing technology. The bounty would equate ...

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Validity of AZ budget shortfall figure questioned (access required)

The latest calculations by the Legislature's own budget staff point to a significantly larger revenue shortfall than the $1.9 billion figure being used by legislative leaders in their closed-door negotiations. That has some rank-and-file lawmakers grumbling that their leaders are ...

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Governor signs CPS bills (access required)

The final four bills in a package of reforms aimed at making the state's Child Protective Services more transparent were signed into law June 24. The four bills signed by Gov. Janet Napolitano, along with three others signed into law ...

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