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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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Agency budget cut proposals expected soon (access required)

An Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting request that all state agencies submit proposals for incremental budget cuts in fiscal year 2010 will likely be completed next week, according to the Governor’s Office.OSPB director Eileen Klein requested in February that ...

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GOP leaders fought over child care bill (access required)

Only hours before the Senate approved a bill to grab federal funding for child care yesterday, Republican leaders were bickering about whether they should take money from Arizona cities as a part of the measure. At a Republican caucus meeting ...

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Report: State tax revenue takes a dive (access required)

The blitz of bad fiscal news from the states continues – unless you live in North Dakota. North Dakota is about the only state "doing well" on the tax front as it saw sales tax collections tick up 14.4 percent ...

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