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AZ political leaders concerned with youth voters

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

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

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

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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AZ Senate votes to opt-out of Real ID Act

Arizona is a few steps closer to opting out of the Real ID Act, the federal law that creates new standards for drivers' licenses in an effort to bolster security at airports and federal facilities. The federal law has been ...

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