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The Seven Sisters of Carondelet (access required)

The famous saying “How the West was won” often conjures up images of frontier marshals and lone cowboys fighting off savage Indians and ruthless outlaws. The real settlers of the West, however, weren’t vigilante lawmen but simple farming families and ...

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Appointed power cannot overturn choice of voters (access required)

In 1998, the people of Arizona approved public funding of state political campaigns as a means to reduce the influence of special interest money in our electoral process. A Citizens Clean Elections Commission was created to regulate this public funding ...

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Legislator taken off key committee (access required)

Embattled Rep. David Burnell Smith, R-7, has been taken off a powerful appropriations committee just as the annual legislative session is set to begin. Mr. Smith said he asked to be taken off one of two House appropriations committees because ...

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Lawmakers renew campaign against illegal immigrants (access required)

Some states struggling with illegal immigration and associated problems will see a renewed push by their state lawmakers in the coming year to punish businesses that hire undocumented workers and bar illegal immigrants from getting in-state tuition. Both ideas rank ...

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