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Organization supports public policy, women legislators (access required)

State Sen. Meg Burton Cahill attributes her involvement in Women in Government, a national women’s leadership organization, to feedback from her constituents. A national bipartisan organization for women legislators that influences public policy at the state level really hits close ...

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Arizona’s masters of business attraction (access required)

In late 2010, when Abraxis BioScience, Inc.’s plant in Phoenix starts pumping out the company’s signature metastic breast cancer-fighting drug Abraxane, the biotech industry in Arizona may owe the company a debt of gratitude. The 100-plus biotech workers whose jobs ...

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State grants pave way for artists (access required)

The Process of Art • Sue Chenoweth, a 2006 winner, says her art is a process that combines research, art history and emotion. For Sue Chenoweth, art is a process. The research that goes into her paintings and drawings, as ...

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Creating a gold standard for Arizona education (access required)

Against the backdrop of the 2008 Summer Olympics, most of Arizona’s children returned to school this week. For Olympic athletes, the difference between merely being in the game and performing at the top of their game is the difference between ...

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