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Please, no tombstones for community newspapers

The decline and death of so many national publications, including newspapers, prompts me to submit the following. Those who will suffer from the demise of print media are not publishers or advertisers. Those who will suffer the most substantially are readers — consumers of news and opinion content of publications.

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The 4 big worries facing the U.S. economy

We’re in the midst of one of the most critical presidential and congressional elections in recent history — certainly the most important since 1980. Of course, we have heard and will continue to hear a great deal about the importance ...

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Arizona’s Solar Energy Credit Program is a bait-and-switch

Our company evaluated the cost/payback to add solar panels to our auto mall building. The Federal Tax Credit helped shorten the time it would take to recoup our investment, but the Arizona tax credit — 10 percent of the purchase price — placed the project into the “let’s do it” category.

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