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Pima Board OKs $400K for Animal Center Improvements

$280K to install concrete slab, utilities, construction of kennels; $120K in additional staffing.

Congress Negotiates Food Stamp Funding, Grijalva Opposes Cuts

Arizona Congressman hopes Senate, House will agree to eliminate proposed cuts to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs.

Health Centers Enroll 8,000 in First Month of Medicaid Expansion

Arizona officials estimate 300,000 people are eligible for the state’s Medicaid program, known as AHCCCS.

Vail: No Incorporation; 'Population Doesn't Feel It's Right Time.'

56% vote against formation of what would have been AZ's 92nd municipality; proponents disappointed.

Tucson City Council Democratic Incumbents Re-elected

Uhlich wins Ward 3, Fimbres Ward 5; propositions to increase city spending limit, 10-year plan both pass.

AZ Week: Local Elections in Tucson, Phoenix Tuesday

Both cities will choose city council members; a look at what side of the political spectrum they stand on.

Pima Animal Care Center Seeking Expansion

Temporary buildings would house animals for 12-24 months

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, November 1, 2013

Troubling rollout of Obamacare; next week's Tucson city elections; referendum effort to reverse a new state law overhauling AZ's election system.

AZ Business Groups Lobby for Immigration Reform

US businesses head to DC, including AZ Chamber visiting all 9 AZ House members to cite positive economic impact.

Mail Tucson Election Ballots By Thursday, City Suggests

Those who don't get to send out ballots by Oct. 31 may drop them off at one of the voting locations by Nov. 5.

AZ Behind in Distributing Fed Housing Aid, US Auditors Say

State has been slow in dispersing funds to help struggling homeowners; AZ's rate was the second lowest among 18 states.

ACLU Suing to Add Cannabis Extracts to MMJ Law

Group files suit in name of 5-year-old with rare form of epilepsy; he's one of the few children in state to have a medical marijuana card.

Obamacare Site Defects Push People to Other Enrollment Options

Local patient navigator turns to helping uninsured residents fill out paper applications to weigh on their eligibility for insurance plans.

Former AZ Congressman Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

4 months ago Republican Rick Renzi was convicted on public corruption, money laundering, other charges.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, October 25, 2013

Tucson Ward 6's Councilman Steve Kozachik discusses SB 1070, gun violence, other issues, as city elections approach.

AZ Week: Immigration Reform Back In Play

Three angles of immigration debate weigh on Obama's urging to Congress to revive comprehensive talks.

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