By David Yankus | Casa Grande Dispatch Residents will get their chance for final comment on the city’s new General Plan in the voting booth.
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By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/Arizona Daily Sun Just as one lawsuit on education funding is being settled, state lawmakers face a new one,
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