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Episode 63: Health Care Costs Unsustainable

Affordable Care Act has positives, but won't bring down costs, economist says

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, March 23, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads discussion of CD8 race, Pima County road-paving and more

Byron Schlomach, Director for Economic Prosperity at the Goldwater Institute discusses  Arizona's healthcare situation.

Full Interview with Economist Byron Schlomach on Health Care

Lack of incentives for patients, providers to control costs drive expenses, he says

AZ Week: Health Care Costs Unsustainable

Return to free market, economist says; fix Medicare, Medicaid, others say

A policeman on horseback stands outside Fenway Park; colored photograph.

Inside Fenway Park: An Icon at 100

Celebrate the centennial of Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in America. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Billboard Bill Advances In Legislature

Measure allows electronic billboards, which area astronomers worry will diminish observations

Karen Nickey, President of the Southeast Arizona Butterfly Association, and Fred Heath, Field Trips Co-Chair, discuss their upcoming Spring Butterfly Count in Tucson.

Arizona Illustrated: Thursday, March 22, 2012

Sanctuary Movement remembers 30 years, Butterflies draw attention and more

New Call Center To Bring Jobs to Tucson

Average starting pay at OptumRX $27K-$30K

The University of Arizona

Geology Graduate Program At UA Best In Nation, Report Says

U.S. News & World Report gives 10 other UA programs high ranks

Downtown Tucson.

Rio Nuevo Changes Get Senate Approval

Downtown businesses will get impact-fee waivers, quicker permitting

Debbie Rich, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona CEO (center), and Angel Rodriguez, current girl scout (right), discuss the 100 year anniversary of Girl Scouts of America.

Girl Scouts Celebrates 100 Years

Saturday gala to mark anniversary and 'Year of the Girl'

Sonoran Glass Art Academy Director, Michael Nicholas, and Associate Director, Alexandra Berger, share some information about the Tucson Glass Festival coming up on March 23.

Artists Celebrate Flight From Factory to Studio

Tucson marks 50th anniversary of the American Studio Glass Movement with glass festival

Record-Breaking Paper Plane Soars for Six Seconds

After initial setback, world's biggest paper airplane flies

Web Feature: The Balladeer

A former folk music star devotes himself to saving Arizona’s songs

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