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Trudy Balcom/The Independent

More than half of rural Americans and nearly two-thirds of those on tribal lands lack high-speed internet access. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports, some members of Congress want to close that so-called digital divide. 


Nearly 40 percent of rural America lacks broadband internet access. Arizona Democratic Congressman Tom O’Halleran is now part of an effort to expand connectivity. Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


Gov's Panel Recommends Taxing Web Sales

Dec 14, 2012

A gubernatorial panel on Thursday recommended changes in state law that eventually could mean Arizonans paying sales taxes on everything they buy on the World Wide Web.

Arizona Daily Sun Cuts Out Monday Print Edition

Nov 30, 2012
SusanLesch

If you’re a weekly subscriber to the Arizona Daily Sun, don’t go out looking for your paper Monday morning.  It won’t be there.  The Sun’s publisher decided to stop printing a Monday edition.

Battle over Internet Sales Tax Heating Up

Jul 11, 2012

The state's retailers are gearing up for what could be an extensive and expensive political and public relations campaign to get lawmakers to start taxing items sold on the World Wide Web. 

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