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Groups challenge corporate tuition tax credit (access required)

Making the CaseAttorney Marvin Cohen explains a suit filed by the Arizona School Boards Association challenging a law that gives corporations tax credits for donating to private-school tuition groups. Because money that would have been tax revenue can now be ...

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West Nile (access required)

An area encompassing some neighborhoods in Tucson’s mid-town area and on the city’s east side has been identified as a West Nile “hot spot” by the Pima County Health Department. Six of this year’s eight confirmed human cases of West ...

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Governor authorizes greenhouse panel (access required)

Governor Napolitano on Sept. 8 signed an executive order setting goals for the state to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, creating a new panel of top state officials to recommend ways to meet the goals and ...

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2.5 million were eligible to vote (access required)

More than 2.5 million registered voters in Arizona are eligible to go to the polls in Tuesday’s primary election, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. Secretary of State Jan Brewer says that voter registration was at 2,533,308 — an ...

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