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Battle over residency requirements tests the nuances of language

With two vacancies to fill in the Arizona Senate this summer, lawyers, lawmakers and potential legislators have found themselves at odds over the requirements to serve at the state Capitol.

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Better late than never?

URAPC got a late cash infusion on Friday when the Tea Party Patriots, which touts itself as the largest tea party group in the country, contributed $20,000 to the referendum drive against Medicaid expansion.

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The Valenzuelas of Phoenix (access required)


On Sept. 15, 1918, a young soldier, who expected momentarily to be sent overseas to fight the Germans, had himself photographed at Camp (now Fort) Dix, New Jersey, and sent the result on a postcard addressed to Rosa Gold of Phoenix.

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Shooter escapes ethics wringer

Two Senate Dems told our reporter they won’t seek an ethics hearing into Shooter’s actions at a Yuma charter school in March, an incident that resulted in the Republican lawmaker reaching a settlement to have three misdemeanor charges dismissed.

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