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Tucsonan Files Five Proposed Ballot Initiatives for 2018

Growing hemp, citizen call for grand jury, protection for Oak Flat, chemical regulation.

Former CIA Operative in Russia Now Lives in Tucson Area

Spy agency gathers information, he says, and politicians decide what to do with it.

State Change to Tax Incentive Could Hurt Downtown Tucson

Rio Nuevo chairman says city relies on break for redevelopment and is negotiating changes.

No Teacher Raise Details in House Subcommittee's Budget Plan

Group sends its K-12 spending recommendations to state budget writers.

Tucson, State Argue Gun Destruction before Supreme Court

City declares sovereignty under its charter; state says its law prevails.

A Q&A With US Rep. Martha McSally

The congresswoman from Arizona talked town halls, immigration reform, and health care.

Senate Advances Measure for Option to Up Fuel Tax

Voters would decide whether or not to raise it by 10 cents a gallon.

Tucson Gun Destruction Case Heads to Top State Court

The city says its charter status allows to to destroy seized guns; the state disagrees.

Have a Pima County Court Date? You'll Get a Text

The county hopes to get people in court by staying current with how people communicate.

Raucous Crowd for McSally's First Town Hall of Year

250 attend, hundreds more wait outside; congresswoman promises more such meetings.

Giffords to Members of Congress: Meet With Your Constituents

In the wake of criticism that not all representatives are meeting with residents, Giffords says they should.

Tucson City Council Considers Hate Crimes Ordinance

Penalties would include a mandatory 10-day stay in jail and a $500 fine for first-time offenders.

$2.5M in State Funding for January 8 Memorial Advances

Arizona allocation would have to be matched by group seeking to honor shooting victims.

Homeland Security, State Department Secretaries Headed to Mexico

Kelly and Tillerson will meet with President Peña Nieto on two-day visit.

Under Stress, US-Mexico Intelligence Ties Could Fray

Some say security cooperation could be crucial in Mexico's response to economic threats from the U.S.

McSally to Hold In-Person Town Hall

The Southern Arizona Republican will take public questions on Thursday in Sahuarita.

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