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Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Cartoonable: Political Eclipse?

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Government and Politics, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

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Water extinguishment credit plan to go to state officials

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Government and Politics, Water  /  No Comments

By Kelly Fisher | PinalCentral A plan to alleviate some concerns from area farmers is proceeding to the state level. The Pinal Active Management Area Water Policy Study Committee unanimously approved a proposal at its meeting Thursday to address extinguishment credit changes, and now that plan is headed to state officials for further consideration. The […]

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My flimsy farewell to football

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment, Sports  /  No Comments

Another round of anthem protests has our sports columnist ready to walk away from the game. Or…maybe not. By Jason Gay | The Wall Street Journal ore NFL players are declaring they’ll follow Colin Kaepernick’s lead, and won’t stand for the national anthem this season. There are fans who say they’ll quit watching the game […]

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[EDITORIAL] Dreamport Villages

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Economy, Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment, Real Estate  /  No Comments

Casa Grande Dispatch (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) The Casa Grande City Council last week approved a major project that could change the whole area. Dreamport Villages is to include an amusement park, resort, other commercial aspects and residential area near the Interstates 10 and 8 junction and Casa Grande […]

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REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 20, 2017: In Navajo culture, the passing of the moon over the sun is an intimate moment in which the sun is reborn and tribal members take time out for themselves.

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New Mexico, Utah: Tribes hope for renewal in solar eclipse; not all will watch Los Angeles warns homebuilders, but not residents, of traffic pollution health risks Denver buyers developing an attachment to townhomes as fewer new homes list under $400K Las Vegas: Inventory of condos, townhomes tumbling

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] As Trump arrives in Phoenix, Arizona’s legislators are headed for Mexico on a trade mission

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Featured News, Government and Politics, Immigration  /  No Comments

By Luige del Puerto | Arizona Capitol Times On the day President Donald Trump is scheduled to arrive in Phoenix next week, two dozen Arizona legislators will be leaving on a goodwill mission to Mexico. The lawmakers are part of a large contingent – more than 70 – that will travel to Mexico City and […]

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Democratic governor candidates dis Gov. Doug Ducey, joust at first forum

Posted by   /  August 20, 2017  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | The Republic Arizona Democrats got their first side-by-side look at the candidates vying for their party’s nomination for governor during a Saturday forum where they assailed Republican Gov. Doug Ducey’s policies and political connections more than each other. Hundreds of Democrats filled an auditorium to hear state Sen. Steve Farley of […]

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[OPINION] Legally Speaking: Who won in D-backs and Maricopa County decision?

Posted by   /  August 19, 2017  /  Courts/Law, Government and Politics, Sports  /  No Comments

By Monica Lindstrom | KTAR (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) A dispute between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Maricopa County over Chase Field in downtown Phoenix will head to arbitration, a judge ruled Thursday. If you ask them, they will each claim victory. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Karen Mullins issued […]

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Dutch utility bets its future on an unusual strategy: selling less power

Posted by   /  August 19, 2017  /  Energy and Environment  /  No Comments

By Stanley Reed | The New York Times AMSTERDAM — When Eneco, a major Dutch utility, tested a promising energy monitor in several dozen homes, things could not have gone much worse. The company making the devices failed to deliver enough of them, and some of those provided did not work. But when Eneco sent […]

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REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 19, 2017: New effort comes on the heels of a renewed campaign to allow California to secede from the United States.

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California: The man who wanted to split the state into six states now wants to make it into three New Mexico’s unemployment rate still ranked second highest Salt Lake City: Leaders say crackdown brought ‘remarkable’ change near homeless shelter. But has the exodus changed nearby areas for the worse? Denver: Need a building permit? Auditor […]

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