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Arizona’s centennial celebration shouldn’t come at taxpayer expense (access required)

Arizona’s 100th birthday is still six years away but some Arizonans already have a case of centennial fever. This past session, the Legislature appropriated $2.5 million to kick off plans for the celebration. Some community activists have called for a complete renovation of the Capitol just in time for the festivities. Recently in The Arizona Republic, ...

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