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Governor: wants county to pay prison costs (access required)

Governor Napolitano said on Nov. 29 that Maricopa County should pick up the tab for extra prison costs expected from a criminal sentencing crackdown planned by the county’s top prosecutor. Ms. Napolitano’s reaction came one day after County Attorney Andrew ...

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AG zeroing in on meth (access required)

A day before the start of a Nov. 30 national campaign to curb methamphetamine use, Attorney General Terry Goddard pledged to continue to prosecute smugglers, users and “cooks” of the powerfully addictive and toxic stimulant. “Meth remains the number one ...

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Border watch group submits IRS filing, audit (access required)

The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps has released its federal income tax filing and an independent financial audit for its 2005 operations in response to critics who once were original Minuteman Project members. According to the audit by SalmonBeach & Associates ...

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Schools superindendent indicted (access required)

Maricopa County Schools Superintendent Sandra Dowling has been indicted following a nearly yearlong investigation into alleged malfeasance in office, authorities said Nov. 20. The county Sheriff’s Office said the 25-count indictment accuses Ms. Dowling of theft, misuse of public funds, ...

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