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Museum Of Northern Arizona: A Home For A Sloth (access required)

In 1928, Dr. Harold and Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton established a museum in Flagstaff to house Native American artifacts and natural history specimens from the Colorado Plateau. The Coltons, who were originally from Philadelphia, dreamed of creating a place where a ...

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Governor’s Session Call Seeks Action In 6 Areas (access required)

Governor Napolitano’s proclamation for an Oct. 20 special session, published Sept. 30, immediately was criticized by legislative conservatives who said asking the Legislature to approve additional spending without providing permanent revenue sources is asking the virtually impossible in the current ...

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Advocate Opposes Mandatory Minimum Sentences (access required)

Families Against Mandatory Minimums lived up to its name Oct. 1. The Washington D.C.-based group’s Arizona representative urged members of the House Alternatives to Sentencing Work Group to give judges more options. Joel Foster called mandatory minimum sentences counter productive ...

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People With Disabilities Vote, Too (access required)

I have noticed that the Democratic presidential candidates are wooing the previously neglected 38 to 48 million Latino voters. I encourage both parties to take note of another sleeping-giant in American politics: 54 million voters with disabilities. Thanks to the ...

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Hearing For Superior Court Applicants Oct. 3 (access required)

Public comment is being accepted on eight candidates for a vacancy on the Maricopa County Superior Court. The candidates are Elizabeth P. Arriola, James P. Beene, Michele M. Iafrate, Marc Kalish, Michael W. Kemp, Raymond P. Lee, John C. Rea ...

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