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Report reveals extensive problems with Arizona private prisons with safety and cost. A group that has been advocating against prison privatization in Arizona will release an extensive report reviewing the private prisons.

Study: Inmate 'Earned Release' Can Save Millions

Grand Canyon Institute report calls on state to offer it to nonviolent offenders

Arizona congressional districts, approved in 2012.

Senate Gives Redistricting Commission One Dollar

GOP Appropriations Committee members complain about its mapping work

Camera to catch red light runners in Tucson flashes to illuminate the intersection .

Red Light Cameras to Stay

Senate rejects effort to ask voters for their say

Bonding Changes for Pima County Move Ahead

House OKs measure for new oversight committee; county officials oppose it

literacy and the courts

'Wrongful Birth' Suits Restricted

Arizona Senate cracks down on certain malpractice lawsuits

Pima County Gives Preference to Local Contractors

Policy will give edge in competitive bidding to local engineers, architects

Unemployed Face Drug Test for Benefits

State Senate bill calls for all jobless payment applicants to be randomly screened

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

AZ House Rejects Texting While Driving Ban

Measure to ban sending, reading texts goes down 31-28

Crowded Primary May Hamper Effective Campaigning

Several GOP candidates in CD8 race may not be best for fundraising, expert says

US-Mexico border

Legislation Seeks Borderland Safety Warnings

House bill would lead state to issue advisories on regional conditions

The Arab Spring One Year Later

The Sabbagh Lecture, presented by the UA School of Anthropology

Raymond Bladine, Executive Director of the AZ Independent Redistricting Commission, talks with Michael Chihak about the Redistricting Commission communicating with the community properly and how the Commission is making certain the community knows how to get the proper information.

Redistricting Commission Nearly Broke

Legal fees and other expenses ran high; Legislature may not fund without court fight

Bill Requiring $2,000 From College Students For Tuition Dropped

State lawmaker kills HB 2675, citing immense misinformation

Tucson Tea Party Founder Trent Humphries (left), Democratic Strategist Rodd McLeod (center left) and AZPM's Political Correspondent Andrea Kelly (center right), discuss the wrap-up of the presidential primary, the completion of Gabrielle Giffords congressional term, Senator John McCain's criticism of Super PACs, State Represenative Daniel Patterson's ethics problems and more.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for March 2 2012

Jim Nintzel hosts our weekly discussion of local, state, national politics

AZ Week: Protect Employees or Cut Red Tape?

Brewer's state personnel reform proposal draws strong support, sharp opposition

Regina Romero from the Tucson City Council and Carlos de Leon from the Regional Transportation Authority provide an update on the status of the light rail coming to Tucson's University and downtown.

Modern Streetcar Ownership Debated

As city prepares to break ground, council and RTA agree on funding but will negotiate assets

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