Politics and Government

Fallout Post Prop 400 Prompts Problems

Nov 24, 2010 City council also nixes Greyhound relocation

Friday Roundtable

Nov 19, 2010 Cuts, Cuts and More Cuts!

Quakers Solicit Stop to Private Prisons

Nov 15, 2010 Group wants inquiry into campaign contributions

Journalists Roundtable

Nov 12, 2010 Local reporters give analysis of the week's events.

Newsmaker: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords

Nov 12, 2010 After winning re-election, the Congresswoman discusses her campaign, the lame duck Congress and the tasks ahead.

A Greyhound Depot in Maynard's Kitchen?

Nov 10, 2010 The city to consider relocating bus depot to downtown.

Shorter Work Week, Equal Work

Nov 9, 2010 Two years in, Bisbee Unified School District takes stock of its four-day school week.

Gabrielle Giffords Wins Third Term

Nov 6, 2010 Latest vote count in CD8 has her outpolling Jesse Kelly by 3,800 votes.

Now What?

Nov 3, 2010 Face-Off Commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom talk about the implications of Tuesday's election on the future of Arizona.

Voters Say No To Prop 401

Nov 3, 2010 Proposition 401 to change city’s charter fails to win public's support.

Prop 400 Fails

Nov 3, 2010 Proposition to raise sales tax in Tucson goes down in public vote.

Political Signs Remain

Nov 2, 2010 What Happens to the Vestiges of Roadside Political Discourse?

Arizona Voting Laws Struck Down

Nov 1, 2010 The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is taking issue with part of Arizona's voting laws.

Arizona's Private Prison Trend Debated

Nov 1, 2010 Recent Public Hearing Raises Concerns Over Push To Privatize

Decision Time for Proposed Tucson Convention Center Hotel

Oct 25, 2010 Tucson City Councilmember Steve Kozachik, a Republican representating Ward 6 sayss the council will hold a public hearing on the proposed downtown Convention Center Hotel development on Tuesday, October 26th at 5:30pm at the Tucson Convention Center.

Congressional District 8 Debate Round 2

Oct 22, 2010 The second meeting of the candidates in less than a week offers voters another chance to make their decision.

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