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In a column in the Arizona Daily Star, commissioner Mark Kimble, member of the Citizens Clean Elections Commission and registered independent voter, says there is an increasing number of v

The Foothills Focus reported that a new report published this month by Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University declared that Arizona is experienci

Two housing experts and a Marine Corps veteran weigh in on the lack of affordable housing in Arizona.

Chamber Business News reported that Arizona home builders in the populous center of the state are worried that emerging water wars threaten the development of the Sun Corridor, the megareg

PHOENIX - Only about one in five eligible voters cast ballots in Arizona primaries, despite the fact these races often serve as the decisive election for Congress and the Legislature.

ASU's Cronkite News reported that when Twitter announced it would delete inactive accounts, Arizona Sen. John McCain lost 210,000 followers.

The Arizona Daily Star reported that with more than a week into the new school year, students at a school specializing in science, technology, engineering and math still don’t have enough

Ethnicity shouldn't be focus of voters

The U.S. and Canada share a 5,000 mile border, the longest border between two countries in the world. The U.S.

The Tempe & West Chandler Wrangler News reported that the “Invest in Education Campaign” announced that more than 270,000 signatures—almost double the number needed— were gathered over

KTVK 3TV Phoenix reported that while most of the attention on Arizona's education woes has centered on the issue of teacher pay, there are other issues plaguing public schools.

Indian Country Today reported that with less than 100 days until Election Day, there are more stories about candidates, about registration drives and about races where the Native vote can

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