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Governor urges aid for ailing high school (access required)

Renovations at a Tempe high school could be completed months earlier than expected under a plan set in motion by Gov. Janet Napolitano. On Thursday, Napolitano asked the state School Facilities Board to ask the Legislature to allow the board ...

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Bee: Loan worker licensing issue not dead (access required)

Several bills that would force workers who deal with real estate loan applicants to get state licenses have been buried in the Arizona Senate, but Senate President Tim Bee says the issue remains alive. Bee says he has concerns about ...

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Guest-worker bill goes to back burner (access required)

There is still no definite schedule for Arizona's guest-worker bill to be brought to the floor for debate, one week after it was scurried off the Legislature's agenda as it came under attack from Republican senators. Senate Minority Leader Marsha Arzberger, the ...

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AZ Senate: No NAFTA superhighway (access required)

Arizona's senators are balking at the idea of a "North American Union" with Canada and Mexico and are also asking the nation's leaders in Washington, D.C. not to construct a superhighway system to simplify trade between countries that have signed ...

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