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Ranchers say border security must precede immigration reform

Our government has allowed criminals to take control of our southern border and through federal action have purposely established the so-called Arizona Corridor. Under the Bush administration, the federal government successfully secured the San Diego, Yuma and El Paso areas, leaving the path of least resistance in the Tucson Sector of the Border Patrol, which is responsible for 268 miles of international border.

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State’s energy future at stake in Corp. Comm. election

The next Arizona Corporation Commission will determine policies that impact the daily lives of Arizonans perhaps more than most well-known elected offices in the state. Established by the Arizona Constitution, the commission regulates public utilities, corporate filings and securities, and railroad and pipeline safety.

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Clean Elections is another chance to pick pockets

There is an ad running on National Public Radio that claims Arizona’s Clean Elections “opens the door to citizens to run for political office.” This is pure political propaganda because Clean Elections does not open any doors – that is, all the other requirements for candidates remain the same.

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Moving Arizona ahead demands college degrees

According to a prominent new study, Arizona is winning a race, not to the top but to the bottom: We are about to lead the nation in jobs for high school dropouts. To help reverse this dangerous trend, the state must reshape its higher education system to attract, serve and graduate more college students.

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Compromise is needed in Congress

I have been told many times that it takes courage to run for office. Courage is the ability to face difficult issues and never back down. As a business owner I know that there will always be issues and problems to take care of.

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