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Keeping true to President Trump’s promise, tax cuts keep putting money in the pockets of hardworking Americans. The economy is gaining strength with the help of tax savings, as job creators share the wealth with their employees.

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A Gilbert lawmaker wants to ban photo-enforcement cameras across the state, saying they generate money for the company that makes them and cities that use them but do little to keep the streets safe.

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A bill that would ban billboards advertising marijuana has been introduced by Sen. David Farnsworth. SB 1032 would make it illegal to advertise along state roads any drug illegal under federal law – and that includes marijuana.

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Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell will deliver his State of the City Address on Friday, Nov. 3, from 7:15-9 a.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Tempe-Phoenix, 2100 S. Priest Drive.

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Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce, his wife, prominent lobbyist Jim Norton and utility owner George Johnson with conspiracy, bribery, mail fraud and wire fraud, over what prosecutors lay out as a scheme to pay off Pierce in return for …

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Now comes the 101st day of the Trump administration, a milestone that calls for some careful analysis. Not examination of or by our 45th president, who seems completely uninterested in such exercises, careful or otherwise, but an appraisal of the rest of us, the other 325 million Americans w…

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Arizona’s three universities no longer form a pipeline of teachers for the state’s public schools. Half the freshmen in the state’s university system come from only 11 percent of Arizona’s high schools. Arizona’s expanded school voucher system did not include expanded oversight.

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Don’t anticipate President Trump’s “skinny budget” becoming law; expect continued acrimony between the leadership of both major parties in Congress and hope the White House develops a strategy for dealing with rogue nations and other international security threats.

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A critical setback in court may have a high cost for a foundation that filed more than 1,000 lawsuits against Arizona businesses – many in the East Valley – accusing them of violating the federal American with Disabilities Act through inadequate parking spaces and signs.

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The Arizona Coyotes took an important but tentative step toward their goal of playing in a new arena closer to their East Valley fan base, with an Arizona Senate subcommittee approving a financing bill.

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A Maricopa County Superior Court judge on Friday tossed out hundreds of cases filed against businesses in the East Valley and throughout the metro area that accused them of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act and its state counterpart.

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The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has filed a 20-page motion to dismiss more than 1,000 civil lawsuits filed by a foundation that accuses East Valley businesses of widespread violations of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act and a similar state law.

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According to the American Census there are 39.6 million Americans who claim Irish descent. I…

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“It’s the end of the year as we know it, and I feel fine.” And 2015 was an interesting year …

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