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State Capitol News
9:54 am
Mon January 18, 2010

Paradise Valley mayor eyeing congress seat

Southwest Book Reviews
9:59 am
Sat January 16, 2010

Budget cuts many programs funding

Southwest Book Reviews
11:17 am
Fri January 15, 2010

Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman

Flagstaff, AZ – On April 22, 2004, former Arizona Cardinal, Patrick Tillman, was killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan. In his latest book, Where Men Win Glory, The Odyssey of Pat Tillman, Jon Krakauer examines the murky circumstances of Tillman's death. Ann Cummins has this review.

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State Capitol News
10:51 am
Fri January 15, 2010

Lawmaker hopes to convince voters to reconsider measure

Phoenix, AZ – It was 1992 when Sen. Carolyn Allen and others got voters to
impose term limits on elected officials. She said the main goal
was to oust entrenched members of Congress. But the U.S. Supreme
Court ruled states can't regulate federal lawmakers. That left
Arizona with eight-year limits on statewide officials and
legislators. Allen said the result is fewer lawmakers who know
what's come -- and been tried -- before.

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State Capitol News
10:03 am
Fri January 15, 2010

Governor proposes package of major cuts

KNAU and Arizona News
7:42 am
Fri January 15, 2010

How To Make New Year's Resolutions Stick: A Converstion With Flagstaff Counselor Burt Gershater

Flagstaff, AZ – January 1st is the day when nearly half of the American adult population enacts New Year's resolutions. But, only two weeks into 2010, more than a quarter of those people have already fallen off the resolution wagon. And, according to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, the statistics just go downhill from there. So, why are resolutions so hard to stick to? Arizona Public Radio's Gillian Ferris Kohl turned to Flagstaff counselor and author Burt Gershater to find out.

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KNAU and Arizona News
9:57 am
Thu January 14, 2010

Lawmaker fights to keep payday lending alive

KNAU and Arizona News
7:55 pm
Wed January 13, 2010

Biosciences In Arizona

Flagstaff, AZ – TB) The state is working on a long-term strategy to advance biosciences. Stacey Button is the City of Flagstaff's Economic Vitality Director. She says despite the recession, the bioscience industries remain relatively strong.

"We look at the current economic conditions and we have to be realistic but truly the opportunity lies in biosciences and the industries and what they bring to our community as well as the state.

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State Capitol News
2:01 pm
Wed January 13, 2010

State treasuer Dean Martin announces bid for governor

Phoenix, AZ – Martin said the problem is that for years the state has been
spending more than it collects in taxes.

(Each of us has to live within our own means. And since
government lives off our means, why should they be any different?
We could have avoided much of this budget pain if we had simply
followed that principle.)

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