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University construction projects in jeopardy (access required)

Although Arizona's university system got approval to use state Lottery money to pay for $1 billion in construction projects, shovels have yet to hit the dirt and uncertainty about the state budget has caused many delays. That means students and ...

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Goddard upset after drop house misunderstanding (access required)

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office arrested 24 suspected illegal immigrants at a central Phoenix drop house, but one deputy had Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard on the defensive when he unknowingly parked across the street from the official's home. Goddard ...

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Panels approve voucher legislation in special session (access required)

House and Senate panels have approved legislation that would create tax credits for people and businesses that donate money to provide private-school scholarships to foster kids and handicapped students. The bills, which are being fast-tracked in a special legislative session ...

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Pullen builds a national name (access required)

Randy Pullen likes Arizona more than he likes Washington, D.C. But for about a week every month, Pullen heads to Washington to spend time at the Republican National Committee, where the Arizona GOP chief serves as national treasurer.His tenure — ...

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