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Home builders’ trade association cuts staff (access required)

Hard financial times in the construction industry caught up with the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona.HBACA, the trade association that represents residential builders, has been forced to make some cutbacks, said Connie Wilhelm, president and executive director. The staff ...

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GOP concerned as polls show tight race in AZ (access required)

(AP Photo) A rash of new polls in Arizona shows a tightening presidential race, a situation that has even some Republican strategists seriously fretting the possibility that John McCain could lose his home state.Polls taken for both parties now show ...

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Democrat voters in AZ top 1 million for first time (access required)

Registered Democrats in Arizona number more than 1 million for the first time in state history, according to voter registration figures released Oct. 24 that reflect Democrats continued to reduce the Republican advantage heading into the Nov. 4 general election. ...

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EPA, state to cooperate in water-conservation effort (access required)

The Arizona Department of Water Resources received a pledge of support from the federal Environmental Protection Agency as the two agencies cooperate to implement the EPA’s new “WaterSense” program, ADWR announced Oct. 29.The WaterSense program, which labels water-efficient products with ...

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