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AZ political leaders concerned with youth voters (access required)

Concern over low turnout among young Arizona voters in past years has some political leaders worrying about a potentially lackluster showing in November's presidential election. Youths make up an estimated 20 percent of the voting bloc in Arizona. Experts say ...

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DEQ gets OK to regulate CO2 from cars, but not yet (access required)

Arizona can begin regulating greenhouse-gas emissions from automobiles, with a few qualifiers. The Governor's Regulatory Review Council approved new emissions standards by a 5-2 vote during a meeting in Phoenix on May 6. The standards, which include restrictions on vehicles ...

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AGs: Facebook will change rules to protect kids (access required)

The attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia announced May 8 that the social networking Web site Facebook has agreed to make changes to better protect minors from inappropriate content and online preditors. The attorneys general formed a ...

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KKE taking a shot in Arizona (access required)

KKE Architects is expanding its presence in the southwestern U.S. by adding two offices in Arizona – not in spite of but because of the recent downturn in the housing market there. On Tuesday, the Minneapolis-based design firm announced that ...

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