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Sequester Affects Tucson: Health, UA, More

Cuts ordered; furloughs would take 30 days to kick in

Despite the tough economy, some people are taking chances on new businesses and women are a vital part of the entrepreneurs.

AZ Week: No Recession from Budget Cuts

State could lose 30,000 jobs in 2 years, see growth slowed

Despite a decrease in the number of apprehensions along the border, members of the Arizona Cattlemen's Association want additional resources and personnel along the border.

Fed Loans Available for S. AZ Ranchers, Farmers

Designed to help those affected by drought conditions

Changes Proposed for Ballot Initiative Rules

State referendums, initiatives could need signers from more than 2 counties

Court: Schools Can't Spend Unused Bond Money

2010 state law that allowed one district to spend $13M struck down

Proponents of medical marijuana are already buying sites which will be used for dispensaries in Pima County. We speak to two of them about their efforts.

State Considers Medical Marijuana Labels

Proposed legislation would stipulate how drug is advertised

Preferred Enrollment for Charter Schools

House-passed bill makes it through Senate committee

Cuts Would Furlough 1,300 DM Civilians

Possible 18% reduction in flying hours, Air Force spokesman says

Kevin Koch from Technicians for Sustainability discusses the steps involved in implementing solar power technology.

Solar Wanes in AZ With Fewer Incentives

Companies report less interest after ACC minimizes taxpayer subsidies

Arizona State Senator Steve Farley discusses the upcoming legislative session.

Tucson Should Fare Well, Lawmakers Say

Local legislators say shift in political balance will favor the Tucson area

A high powered laser pointer creates a blinding green light that can be damaging to a persons eyes.

Laser Strikes Threaten Police Helicopters

Aiming a laser at an aircraft is a felony, and it's on the rise in Tucson

AZ Lottery Winner IDs May Be Secret

Bill would allow anonymity; opponents want transparency

The border between Douglas, Ariz., and Agua Prieta, Mexico.

Congress Debates 'Secure Border'

Immigration reform may hinge on creating new definition

Proponents of medical marijuana are already buying sites which will be used for dispensaries in Pima County. We speak to two of them about their efforts.

AZ Senate OKs Medical Marijuana Change

Would amend voter-approved law to require destruction of seized herb

White House: AZ Loses $78M in Budget Cuts

Affects listed on military, health care, child care, education, more

State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona

More Security Sought at AZ Capitol

Primary focus: blocking vehicles from getting close to buildings

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