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I’d gladly pay you Tuesday for a payday loan today (access required)

Arizona lawmakers are considering legislation to cap the annual interest rate that can be charged on small consumer loans — typically called “payday loans.” The proposed legislation will effectively end payday lending in the state and financially harm many Arizonans ...

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A double standard at New Times? (access required)

It took eight days for the Phoenix New Times to acknowledge and apologize for Mike Lacey’s use of a racial slur at a journalism awards ceremony. The apology, which was posted on the paper’s Web site, also takes a few ...

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SRP move to trim rate increase not enough (access required)

After hearing strong opposition from AARP and others, Salt River Project has trimmed a proposed summer rate increase from 10 percent to around 7 percent. While we appreciate the step in the right direction, the rate increase is still significant, ...

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McCain will advance conservative agenda (access required)

Although Sen. John McCain has locked up the Republican nomination for President, some conservative leaders continue to snipe at him. While I agree with elements of most conservative critiques of McCain, I could not possibly disagree more with their conclusions ...

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