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Group aids children of incarcerated mothers (access required)

Volunteers at a new Tucson program to help babies born in prison believe in second chances for parents. They’re also hoping the innocents can have at least a first chance. Innocents like Matthew McMahon, who was born in early December ...

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Governor names 9 to transportation council (access required)

Governor Napolitano has named the first nine members of the recently established Arizona Rides Council to examine public transportation issues. “I’ve asked my Arizona Rides Council to look at ways our local, state and federal governments can partner to provide ...

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‘Excel’-lent idea could speed Clean Elections process (access required)

One inconvenience publicly funded candidates in Arizona experience could disappear by the 2006 election cycle. The Citizens Clean Elections Commission approved a measure on Nov. 3 that would allow participating candidates to use electronic spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel ...

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FEMA OK's some of state's Katrina costs (access required)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved nearly $500,000 in reimbursements to state and local agencies in Arizona for hurricane relief costs, and more money is expected. Governor Napolitano said Nov. 8 the first to receive the reimbursement funds will ...

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