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End is in sight for Phoenix food tax

By Dustin Gardiner The Republic | Wed May 1, 2013 10:24 PM Phoenix leaders voted Wednesday to prepare for an early repeal of half of the city’s controversial tax on food, though council members were sharply divided over what exactly the vote meant. City Council members directed City Manager David Cavazos to create a budget that allows for a […]

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Brewer takes first step in removal of redistricting commissioners

By Jeremy Duda Published: October 26, 2011 at 4:44 pm Gov. Jan Brewer demanded answers from the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission about a handful of alleged improprieties, the first step in the process for forcibly removing one or more of the commissioners. Brewer today sent a letter to all five commissioners seeking a response to allegations that the IRC violated […]

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House votes to boost huge Arizona copper mine

By The Associated Press Published: October 26, 2011 at 2:29 pm The House approved a federal land swap Wednesday that would clear the way for creation of North America’s largest copper mine in Arizona, despite opposition from the Obama administration and complaints that the proposed mine operator had partnered with Iran and faces allegations of human rights violations. The swap […]

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