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PHX Business Leaders: Congress Should Act on Immigration Reform

Greater Phoenix Chamber hosting press conference Tuesday; event is one of many across five states supporting comprehensive reform.

Republican Martha McSally concedes the Congressional District two race to Democrat Ron Barber, Nov. 17. 2012.

McSally Surpasses CD2 Fundraising Benchmark

Natl. Congressional Campaign Comm. names the Republican a 'Young Gun;' she's seeking nomination to challenge Dem. incumbent Rep. Ron Barber.

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base's 'Boneyard.'

A-10 1-Year Save Proposal Means Big Dollars for S. AZ

Politically, the Southern Arizona highlight of the National Defense Authorization Act was an amendment by Rep. Ron Barber, D-Arizona, which kept the airplane flying for another year.

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne.

UPDATE: Ex-Staffer Files Horne Campaign Complaints

Claims portion of attorney general's executive staff violates state laws by working on his 2014 re-election campaign.

Horne Awaits Conclusion of Campaign Finance Case

Last month, judge said not enough evidence proving Atty. Gen. broke laws; this week he should learn whether officially over or if he must continue fighting allegations.

Court Set to Hear AZ Abortion Rules Blockage Appeal Arguments

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued an injunction blocking rules from going into effect last month.

N. AZ City Declares Water Crisis

Williams coping with drought, causing local officials to severely regulate water use earlier this year; current reservoirs are low.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, May 9, 2014

Clash with Tucson Police Dept. union; discussion of proposed increase of bus fares; what does the future hold for Broadway Blvd.?

US Senator John McCain

McCain: VA Care Problems Are National

Veterans hospital in Phoenix has been under a magnifying glass over reports of more than 40 deaths due to delayed medical appointments.

Arizona economy

AZ Week: State Economic Growth Slow But Steady, Experts Say

Tucson job growth under 1% since 2012, will continue lagging for couple more years, report figures show.

K-12 Want Judge to Require Legislature Pay $1.7B in Lost Funds

But a Sept. ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court says state doesn't have to repay money to schools.


Study: 9% of Tucson Workforce in Infrastructure

City is below national average or 10 percent; some local businesses argue more positions in field are needed.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

Tucson 9th in Nation for Commutes by Bike

US Census Bureau releases commuting data; more than 5,500 people in city ride bikes to work, or 2.4 percent of the area's working population.

Fed Election Officials Want Halt of Proof of Citizenship to Vote

U.S. Election Assistance Comm. asks 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for emergency administrative suspension of judge's refusal to grant block.

Tucson's mayor and Mexican officials unveil new sculpture at Sunset Park in front of City Hall

Tucson Mayor Receives Highest Award from Mexican Govt

Institute for Mexicans Abroad says Rothschild has contributed to the Mexican community in the city, strengthened relationships between the two countries.

DuVal Files More Than 10K Sigs, Officially in Gubernatorial Race

Fred DuVal faces no serious competition for the Democratic nomination in the August primaries.

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