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Newspaper Details Immigration Reform

Bill's introduction delayed in deference to Boston tragedy

2 Immigration Reform Views from AZ

GOP's Paton, Dems' Tovar see benefits in legalization

A U.S. Border Patrol on the American side of the border fence in Nogales, Ariz.

Immigration Bill Due Tuesday AM

Senate's 'Gang of 8' set to unveil comprehensive reform plan

Tucson Street Parking May Cost More

Credit-card friendly meters, higher rates aim at erasing deficit

Stephane Poulin, chief herpetology curator of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum talks about the desert tortoise adoption program and other wildlife issues.

Step Away from the Tortoises

Leave protected species alone, state wildlife officials ask

McCain May Support Gun Background Check

Vote this week in Senate may swing on his, other votes

Senate Leader: Budget Not Late

Lawmakers working on it and Medicaid proposals, he says

10/17/12. Rebecca Brukman. 
Campaign signs in front of Bank of America.

State Ready to Defend New Campaign Limits

Law significantly increases spending allowed for state offices

Bisbee Changing Same-Sex Ordinance

No lawsuit likely from state, attorney general's spokeswman says

AZ Illustrated Politics Episode, April 12, 2013

Nintzel, political experts discuss the week's developments

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

AZ Week: Economy, Tax Revenues Slow to Grow

Economists forecast recovery by 2015, one calls for conservative budgeting

Sahuarita Has New Town Manager

Kelly Udall moves from Pinetop-Lakeside

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Cross-Border Killing Elicits Cross-Border Protest

Mexicans, Americans stage joint demonstration at fence in Nogales

Border monitors in the Border Patrol's Nogales communications center.

Obama Seeks 1,600 More Border Agents

Proposed budget also calls for crossing fees, more watch towers

Sunnyside Cuts Another $400K, But Still Short

District has trimmed $3.5M, with goal of $4M for beginning of next school year

Javier Brito and Jamie Jansen, both Iraq War Veterans, are struggling coming home from the battlefield, but Southern Arizona has a program to help veterans recover from their lives.

Legislative Vets Call for Director's Reinstatement

They say his dismissal was overreaction to bad hiring decision

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