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Fate of the hidden museum

Fate of the hidden museum

As the Burton Barr Phoenix Central Library approaches its 20th anniversary, the potential and promise of an integrated curriculum of art and literature lie ahead with a renewed focus on the body of knowledge art is capable of contributing to the overall curriculum of the library.

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Big tax cuts come back to haunt Arizona

Big tax cuts come back to haunt Arizona

Were you fiscally conservative or fiscally irresponsible? That’s the question I pose to any incumbent Arizona legislator now running for re-election (or other elected positions) on Nov. 4 who voted for the corporate and related tax-cut legislation in 2011 that is starting to burn a hole in the state’s budget.

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APS’ view: Expanding the solar market in Arizona

APS’ view: Expanding the solar market in Arizona

At APS we are always planning for what’s next in Arizona’s energy future, and much of this focus has been on making sure energy in this state is sustainable for the long term. Our customers tell us they want more opportunities for rooftop solar, and we’ve listened and proposed a program that will bring more solar energy to the state.

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I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

Like many Latinos, I was surprised, but not shocked, by Catherine Miranda’s endorsement of Doug Ducey. In her letter, she cites Ducey’s time as a CEO and his “Opportunity for All” campaign slogan as her justification. The problem is even a quick examination of his record, his endorsements and his positions demonstrate that “Opportunity for All” doesn’t include Latinos. Let me explain why.

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