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UpClose with Harold ‘Hal’ Fish (access required)

Five-and-a-half years ago, Harold "Hal" Fish shot and killed a man while hiking in northern Arizona. The event launched a change in the state's self-defense laws, drew national attention and made him a martyr among fervent supporters of the Second Amendment.

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Capitol Quotes 12/4

"My big fear is that the governor is going to play a Grinch for Christmas and put coal in the taxpayers' stockings by hiking taxes." - Sen. Ron Gould, a Republican from Lake Havasu City, saying he would show up if the Legislature convenes for a special session in December.

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Convicted murderer granted new trial by Court of Appeals (access required)

In the words of his wife, Harold Fish has missed a lot during the three years he has spent in prison for shooting and killing a man on a northern Arizona hiking trail during the spring of 2004. Deborah Fish said the eldest of their seven children embarked on a mission to Cape Town, South Africa, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and their youngest daughter has no recollection a time spending a single day with her father.

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