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EPA should ditch proposed water rule modification

Water is a very precious and scarce resource in Arizona. We are fortunate to have innovative water management that has enabled Arizona to prosper while providing a quality water supply for industries, businesses, residents and visitors.

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This Republican hopes Dems bring debate circus to town

If the Democrat candidates do find themselves on a debate stage in Arizona a few months from now, I look forward to watching them try to adapt their far-left rhetoric and policy agendas for a Southwestern audience. I wish them luck. They’ll need it.