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Sunshine Week panel examines open government (access required)

Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication marks Sunshine Week by offering a panel discussion on open government featuring Attorney General Terry Goddard and leaders from media, government and public relations. "Sunshine Week Scenarios: Examining Open ...

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Blogger Prezelski files for House run (access required)

Ted Prezelski Anyone who wants to know where the newest candidate for Tucson's District 28 House of Representatives seat stands on the issues needs only check one of the most popular liberal blogs in the state. Ted Prezelski, who runs ...

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AZ considers using inmates to clean Capitol (access required)

The state is considering using inmates for custodial services at the Arizona Capitol in an effort to save money. The proposal, which is under review but has already raised eyebrows among lawmakers, would turn convicts into custodians at the Arizona ...

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Brewer names adviser for tribal affairs (access required)

Gov. Jan Brewer named attorney Katosha Nakai as her policy adviser for tribal affairs. Before being tapped to join Brewer's cabinet, Nakai was an associate at Lewis & Roca, where she focused on government regulation, infrastructure and resource development. She ...

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Instances of childhood poisonings continue to rise (access required)

The University of Arizona kicked off the annual National Poison Prevention Week by releasing statistics collected by the university's Poison and Drug Information Center, which show the center fielded more than 10,000 calls about possible poisonings of children the age ...

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