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Legislature approves off-road vehicle fees (access required)

The Arizona Legislature  passed a proposal on June 23 to charge an annual fee for off-highway vehicles  and to use the money to manage trails, mitigate damage on land and educate riders about trail preservation. It was a victory for conservation ...

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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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2008 session sixth-longest and counting (access required)

This year's legislative session will be at least the sixth-longest in state history by the time lawmakers hammer out a budget deal to address a massive deficit and wrap up the remainder of their official work for the year. Today, ...

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House GOP leaders unveil budget (access required)

Just a week before their deadline, House Republican leaders announced they will unveil a budget later today that will bridge a $1.9 billion deficit, though they conceded the proposal has not been agreed to by Democrats or Gov. Janet Napolitano. ...

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