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State offers free legal mediation course (1653)

A free mediation training course is being offered by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office to those interesting in helping others solve disputes that would otherwise go to Justice Courts. The Attorney General’s Civil Rights Division will host the 40 hour ...

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Wisconsin Assembly passes contract bid measure

By a vote of 92-2, the Wisconsin Assembly has passed the Contract Sunshine Act, which if it becomes law would allow taxpayers to access information about who is bidding for state contracts through the Internet. Assembly Speaker John Gard, a ...

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Corrections officers deserve support

I just wanted to commend Jim Small for his recent article concerning the Arizona Corrections Officers. Unions push pay, pension increases for prison officers, Nov. 25 As a veteran corrections officer of 19 years in New Jersey, and a Corrections ...

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Oliver Comstock, Unsung Arizona Hero

Sporting a pith helmet, linen suit and big white mutton chop sideburns, Oliver E. Comstock pedaled his bicycle along Tucson’s dusty roads with a soup kettle hanging from the handlebars. He will never be as famous as Wyatt Earp, but ...

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Tracey Bardorf, Clean Elections chair

Tracey Bardorf is the lone Republican on the five-member Citizens Clean Elections Commission, a panel that oversees Arizona’s system of publicly funding candidates. She’s an attorney with the Phoenix law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy. She has served on the ...

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