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Lawmakers tackle education budget first (access required)

A veto last week of public school funding has left Arizona unable to receive a billion dollars in federal stimulus aid for education, but lawmakers are hoping to pass legislation today (July 6) to restore the funding and qualify for the federal money.

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Convicted murderer granted new trial by Court of Appeals (access required)

In the words of his wife, Harold Fish has missed a lot during the three years he has spent in prison for shooting and killing a man on a northern Arizona hiking trail during the spring of 2004. Deborah Fish said the eldest of their seven children embarked on a mission to Cape Town, South Africa, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and their youngest daughter has no recollection a time spending a single day with her father.

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Arm-twisting fails in budget-balancing drama (access required)

The final days of the first regular session of the 49th Legislature were punctuated by fits and starts over the passage of a budget deal Republican leaders reached with Gov. Jan Brewer, as lawmakers aborted one attempt after another to approve the package, finally doing so hours after the new fiscal year began.

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