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FCC gives green light to AZ photo enforcement (access required)

Two of the state’s mobile photo-enforcement units are back in action after receiving certification by the Federal Communications Commission. The two units were unveiled last November as part of a pilot program by the Arizona Department of Public Safety and ...

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4 Republican politicos vie for 2 open seats (access required)

Voters in southern Arizona’s most Republican-leaning district will be choosing two new representatives to serve in the state House, though none of the GOP candidates are new faces in Tucson-area politics.Two of the candidates have sought a seat at the ...

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Where to party in Denver (access required)

DENVER, Colo. – The tens of thousands of activists, delegates, party bigwigs and media descend upon Denver this weekend, and boy are they thirsty. Fortunately, despite new ethics rules prohibiting certain kinds of lobbyist- and corporate-funded gifts, parties and other ...

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When conventions mattered, and why they still do (access required)

When Barack Obama and John McCain accept their party's presidential nominations at raucous, overflowing convention arenas in Denver and St. Paul, the 20 million or so viewers watching on television may be forgiven for assuming they are witnessing an actual news-making ...

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Ethics panel lets Harper off the hook (access required)

A Republican senator admitted that he intentionally turned off the microphones of two Democrats in the middle of debate on June 27 and apologized for his actions, but a panel of his peers decided at the end of a two-hour ...

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