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Lawmakers question DPS officer over GIITEM money (access required)

It's unclear what, if anything, Republican lawmakers plan to do about a decision last month by Gov. Janet Napolitano to cut Legislature-approved funding to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. It is clear, however, that several prominent Republicans believe it was ...

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Lord added to top challengers list (access required)

Phoenix attorney Bob Lord has been added to a program intended to highlight and support promising Democratic congressional candidates across the country, signaling the party's intention to target Republican Rep. John Shadegg's 3rd Congressional District in November.  Lord will be ...

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Faith leaders speak out against immigration rhetoric (access required)

Faith leaders in Arizona are speaking out about what they say is hateful rhetoric targeting immigrants. Leaders from various congregations say they want a more compassionate dialogue about immigration reform in Arizona's local communities. They plan to discuss their concerns June ...

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Arizona joins Real ID revolt (access required)

Arizona has joined other states in a revolt against the Real ID Act of 2005. Gov. Janet Napolitano signed a measure June 17 to prohibit the state from implementing the federal law that creates new standards for driver's licenses to ...

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Arizona dealing with inflated population counts (access required)

The three-year housing boom in Arizona that ended in 2006 skewed the state's population figures, leading to projections that planners, economists and government officials agree are inflated. Accurately tracking and projecting population numbers is crucial to financial development plans across ...

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Ariz. sanctions law has yet to produce court cases (access required)

Five months after taking effect, an Arizona law prohibiting businesses from knowingly hiring illegal immigrants hasn't led to an expected flood of crackdowns. It more resembles a trickle. No employer sanctions cases have been brought to court. Authorities across Arizona ...

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