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Madison District parents wary of school redistricting (access required)

Dozens of Arizona’s independent school districts could benefit greatly from a November ballot proposal to merge more than 70 districts into fewer and larger entities, representatives of the Valley’s business community told a north central Phoenix audience on Oct. 20. ...

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Pierce still stewing over DEQ settlement (access required)

Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce joined a handful of Democratic lawmakers last month to lead an uprising against a Department of Environmental Quality pollution settlement in south Phoenix that sent $1 million to a regional government entity dedicated to combating global ...

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'Plead to the Lead' (access required)

Prisoners who have been sentenced are led to a bus to take them back to jail, following a morning in court. Roughly four years ago, a “No Deals” policy used among prosecutors in an urban county in Tennessee caught the ...

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GOP source says state party might return donations (access required)

The Arizona Democratic Party is accusing the Arizona Republican Party of "engaging in large-scale campaign finance fraud" by accepting illegal contributions and unlawfully using them to fund attacks on Democratic candidates. And now it appears the GOP might have to ...

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