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Interview with 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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State offers free legal mediation course

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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Kolbe decision opens immigration question

If he’s lucky, Arizona Congressman Jim Kolbe’s last big accomplishment before retiring from the U.S. House next year could be helping to overhaul the nation’s immigration policy. But a day after President Bush visited Arizona to promote his own immigration ...

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Indian affairs commisson gets new executive director

A new executive director for the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs has been named by Governor Napolitano. Milton Bluehouse Jr., a law graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and former lobbyist to Congress for the Navajo Nation Washington Office, was ...

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