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Arizona joins lawsuit over auto emissions (access required)

Arizona has joined California in a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that attempts to give states the authority to enact laws limiting automobile pollution that are more restrictive than federal rules.   Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard and state ...

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Deputies make arrests at immigration march (access required)

Rick Galeener argues with a woman who identified herself as a Navajo outside Phoenix City Hall marchers for immigrant rights were met with anti-immigrant protestors. As marchers for immigrants rights today made their way from an east Phoenix furniture store ...

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Bashas' strikes back at union (access required)

Bashas’ grocery stores went on the offensive Tuesday, announcing the filing of a defamation lawsuit against labor unions, local Latino activists and other agents it accuses of deliberately smearing the stores’ reputation. In front of gawking shoppers and a row ...

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Judge not likely to block sanctions law (access required)

A federal judge told attorneys he was not inclined to grant a motion seeking to temporarily stop the Jan. 1 implementation of a law that penalizes businesses for hiring illegal immigrants. U.S. District Judge Neil Wake told the attorneys in ...

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State must fund ELL programs by March (access required)

A federal court has ordered the state to fund recently approved English instruction models by March 4 or face sanctions in a long-running lawsuit challenging Arizona’s English education system. But legislative leaders say the issue hasn’t been resolved to their ...

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