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Legislative roundup for week of Feb. 28

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PHOENIX — In a reminder that the biggest fights in the Legislature lay ahead, hundreds descended on the Capitol Wednesday to protest against Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposed budget for K-12 schools. Some legislators...

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Arizona’s lax laws influence a passionate gun culture

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Amber Underdown, 21, loves her Second Amendment rights. “I come from a family that loves going out and shooting guns, so I feel very close to them when I go out shooting,” Underdown said. “Plus it’s a lot of fun!...

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Dude ranches keep western culture alive

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Lois Wordon hated horses. Then she spent some time at a dude ranch. Now, she...

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Vacant classrooms haunt Arizona school boards

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Gov. Doug Ducey’s hope that vacant classrooms and schools can be leased...

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Changing the dialogue on suicide among Native American youth

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Native youth suicide rates are 2.5 times the national average and account for...

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State forfeiture programs fatten police budgets

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  More and more Arizona police departments boost budgets by seizing...

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Going green, drab olive style

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The largest single energy user in the country already wears varying shades of...

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Access denied: abortion services missing in rural areas

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Abortions in Arizona | Create infographics If you want an abortion in...

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A bullish battle marked along San Pedro River

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The simple monument along the San Pedro River is only the beginning of a...

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Reality series coming to a fantasy town

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The Real Housewives of Tombstone? Not quite, but the reality television genre...

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Arizona farmers markets face future uncertainty

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The Bisbee Farmers Market is an eclectic mix of locals and visitors roaming...

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Rainwater harvesting could relieve drought in Southern Arizona

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The parched and arid lands of Southern Arizona may soon see relief from water...

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Got potholes? Why does Legislature sweep funds to fix them?

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PHOENIX — If you’re driving a particularly pockmarked road in Arizona, you may...

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UA professors take the fight to citrus greening

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Under threat from a crippling, deadly bacteria, the Arizona Department of...

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Rural pharmacies disappear as mail-order drugstores take over

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When the Tombstone pharmacy closed in January after decades of use, the loss...

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