KNAU and Arizona News

KNAU and Arizona News
12:17 am
Fri January 13, 2006

Tax breaks for school supplies

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KNAU and Arizona News
4:23 pm
Wed January 11, 2006

Rob Williams Indian Law Interview

1/11/06 – The Supreme Court was not a friendly venue for Indian tribes under former chief justice William Rehnquist. In the last two decades they've lost 80 percent of cases before the Court. University of Arizona law professor Rob Williams has written a new book, Like a Loaded Weapon, on the Rehnquist court and Indian rights. He told Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker many of Rehnquist's opinions were based on 19th century stereotypes.

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KNAU and Arizona News
9:22 am
Wed January 4, 2006

Taking aim at eminent domain

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KNAU and Arizona News
10:13 am
Sat December 31, 2005

Emily, Angel top Arizona names in 2005

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KNAU and Arizona News
8:02 am
Fri December 30, 2005

Lawmaker calls for GPS tracking of convicted felons

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KNAU and Arizona News
12:28 pm
Thu December 29, 2005

State to crack down on air pollution

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KNAU and Arizona News
10:20 am
Thu December 15, 2005

Panel takes up physical education in AZ schools

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KNAU and Arizona News
11:12 am
Wed December 14, 2005

Legislator tackles tuition hikes

Phoenix – The issue is subsidization. Figures from the regents show that more than one dollar out of every four paid by students goes back out in the form of financial aid to others. That includes not only scholarships based on need but also tution waivers which are granted for various reasons, like good high school grades. That upsets state Rep. Chuck Gray. He noted there have been a series of sharp increases in the last four years, with tuition for Arizona residents now topping $4,400 a year.

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KNAU and Arizona News
11:13 am
Fri December 9, 2005

Legislature balks at community college debate

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KNAU and Arizona News
2:36 pm
Thu December 8, 2005

AZ lawmakers crackdown on identity theft

Phoenix – One bill introduced for the upcoming session would require companies to shred or otherwise erase personal data on documents and electronic files before they throw them out. State Sen. Marilyn Jarrett said its a
simple matter of businesses protecting their customers and clients from having their identity stolen.

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