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County Smoking, Employee Vacation Plan

Bi-weekly discussion of top local economic news from 'Inside Tucson Business' editor.

Is it 2016? GOP Campaign Under Way As If So

Republicans opened attacks on Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick same day she took oath for new term.

Obama, in Phoenix, Touts His Housing Policies

President says industry has turned around; unveils new initiative to reduce mortgage insurance.

'Dreamer' Driver's Licenses Argued Anew in Court

Lawyers for state of Arizona, plaintiffs seek ruling in their favor without going to trial.

State Superintendent: TUSD Curriculum is OK; Some Teaching of It Isn't

Diane Douglas says 'culturally relevant' framework appropriate, but adjustments needed in 60 days.

Tucson Remembers Tragedy of Jan. 8, 2011

Looking back, four years later, victim, trauma surgeon say it spurred their involvement.

Report: Some Immigrant Parents May Face Trouble

Those deemed eligiblwe under Obama's executive action could be in jeopardy over earlier removals.

Committee Says State Should Buy Land for Yarnell Memorial

Spot where 19 firefghters died in 2013 surrounded by private property and currently closed to public.

Homeless Vets Treated to Weekend Pampering

Tucson Veterans Helping Veterans plans semi-annual 'Stand Down' to give less fortunate a break.

Arizona Issues Notice to Sue Feds Over Wolf

State wants updated recovery plan for endangered Mexican gray wolf; says current plan is 30 years old.

The border fence in Arizona.

State Will Appeal Immigrant Smuggling Law Ban

Judge notified that Arizona will push for reinstatement of law struck down as conflict with federal law.

What New State Executives Said After Oaths

Secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, schools superintendent among 7 total sworn in.

SynCardia's artificial heart.

Trials on Tucson Company's Permanent Artificial Heart OK'd

SynCardia will begin tests on 19 patients across nation soon, followed by 5 years of monitoring.

Tucson Job Growth Will Remain Slow in 2015

Forecast based on mismatch between labor pool, skills needed for jobs in health care, other tech fields.

These olive trees at the U of A provide shade and beauty to the campus and its visitors.

Low-Cost Trees Help Push Down Power Bills

Electrical utilities offer customers trees at reduced prices to provide shade from summer's desert heat.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

Tucson Police Officers Return to Schools

Presence after 7 years comes with TPD agreeing to limit questioning of children about their immigration status.

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