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Senate rejects ban on license-plate covers (access required)

The Senate has rejected a proposal that included a ban on plastic covers and films that some motorists put on their license plates to try to defeat speed and red-light enforcement cameras. The Senate's 14-11 vote to defeat the bill ...

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DUI bill revived, defeated and revived again (access required)

Lawmakers have found a way to revive a vetoed drinking-and-driving bill, without the provision that prompted its rejection by the governor. But getting the amendment adopted has been an uphill struggle. Efforts to advance the legislation initially faltered May 21 ...

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House passes trio of gun bills (access required)

The House of Representatives has approved a trio of bills that would expand the rights of gun owners, including one measure that critics said will make it harder for the state to prosecute violent gang members. Tucson Democrat Steve Farley ...

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Giffords' husband to command shuttle (access required)

Freshman Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband of six months, Mark Kelly, have schedules that often keep them apart. But on May 24, Giffords and Kelly will be just about as far apart as two people can be: Giffords ...

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Scott takes over Mitchell race (access required)

Seth Scott, the longtime communications aide to freshman Democratic Rep. Harry Mitchell, has left the Fifth District Congressman's official office to head up what may be a difficult re-election campaign in the fall. Scott served as Mitchell's spokesman during his ...

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Revived DUI bill hits another snag (access required)

Lawmakers said they have found a way to revive a vetoed drinking-and-driving bill, without the provision that prompted its rejection by the governor. But efforts to advance the legislation faltered May 21 when provisions of H2395, the vetoed bill, were ...

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Senate passes bill to ban license plate covers (access required)

Those plastic covers and films that some motorists put on their license plates to try to defeat speed and red-light enforcement cameras would be outlawed under legislation endorsed by the Arizona Senate. Supporters of the amendment added Tuesday to a ...

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