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A lawyer walks into a Bar… (access required)

Alan Bayham gets paid to argue, so it’s no surprise that he speaks passionately and convincingly about his goals as the incoming president of the State Bar of Arizona — just don’t mention that other staple of the legal profession, lawyer jokes.

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Born illegal

Arizona’s new immigration law has yet to take effect, but Sen. Russell Pearce has already moved on to the next step in his quest to rid Arizona of illegal immigrants: deny birth certificates to children born in the U.S. to non-citizen parents and require students who are here illegally to pay tuition to attend public schools.

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RELATED: Another immigration plan: charge tuition for illegal students

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Political winds shifted against photo radar (access required)

The lesson learned from Arizona’s brief flirtation with photo radar is that it’s better to be popular than effective. The statewide photo-enforcement program will end July 15. Shortly after taking office in January, Gov. Jan Brewer said of the program: “I hate it.”

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Mills may be losing momentum (access required)

Revelations that Mills had defrauded business partner in Florida and conflicting messages from his campaign that muddied his position on Arizona’s employer sanctions law have set the stage for attacks against him in the Republican gubernatorial primary.

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