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Brewer touts new law streamlining process of transferring college credit

Gov. Jan Brewer, who is seeking election to a full term, visited ASU’s West campus Wednesday to hold a ceremonial signing for a law that took effect earlier this year, which aims to eliminate confusion on campus by requiring common course numbers for all 100- and 200-level classes. It applies to all public universities and community colleges.

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Activists say SB 1070, economy could boost Latino turnout; pundits not so sure

Activists say Latinos, feeling the pressure of the recession and concerned about the effects of SB 1070, will flock to the polls and wield the influence of their numbers. This is not the first year activists have touted the voting potential of Latinos, who make up an estimated 31 percent of Arizona’s population. But political scientists and activists have differing views about whether this will be the year.

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Times Past: Bob Burgunder, student murderer (access required)

As former Arizona State Teachers College student Bob Burgunder, Jr., sat on death row in Florence, he commented, “There’s too much free speech in this country. I think there’s too much education, too. I think we should stop educating the masses and educate only a few intelligent people.”

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