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Clergy group files first suit against S1070

A national group of Latino clergy leaders filed the first lawsuit against S1070 on April 29, arguing that it infringes on the federal government's right to enforce illegal immigration laws and will lead to racial profiling against Hispanics.

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Judge’s ruling: Mills defrauded his business partner

Buz Mills has made it clear he’s ready to spend a boatload of cash on his campaign to become Arizona’s next governor, but eight years ago a judge in Florida ruled that Mills cheated a business partner out of millions of dollars by withholding information about the sale of a company both of them owned.

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Arizona poised to sue feds over health care

The Legislature is moving ahead with plans to give Gov. Jan Brewer and lawmakers the authority to sue the federal government over the health care law, even though lawmakers pushing for a lawsuit were unable to fully explain the legal basis for a court challenge.

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Legal showdown looming over U.S. health care bill (access required)

A grassroots movement began several years ago to amend the state Constitution to allow Arizona residents the freedom to make all health care decisions without interference from government. But after years of pushing on the state level, the federal government has pushed back by passing a law that requires most Arizonans to buy health care insurance.

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