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In Arizona, Wine Can Be Sipped, But Not ShippedPosted on October 23, 2003 | Type: In the News
Every month, the plain brown cardboard box arrives at my office, right on schedule. It is delivered not by a uniformed guy from UPS or FedEx but by a courier wearing ordinary clothing and driving an unmarked vehicle.
Disparity in Education of HispanicsPosted on October 22, 2003 | Type: In the News
A policy brief reveals that there are too many Hispanic children considered "disabled" in Arizona, mainly in districts where the majority of pupils are anglo.
Blackmailing Voters: the 411 on 414Posted on October 11, 2003 | Type: In the News
Everyone loves the Maricopa County Medical Center-or so they claim.
Legislators Flunk in Institute ReportPosted on October 07, 2003 | Type: In the News
Goldwater Institute says two vote against individual liberties
Eminent Avarice at an EndPosted on October 05, 2003 | Type: In the News
Well, cities, the party is officially over. Goodbye to taking when you don't like the look of the development on the corner or you think a newer, fresher building might bring in more revenue. It's not that city planners and elected officials can't still be visionary in their quest to see their municipalities develop in the best possible way, they just can't force someone to sell out in order to implement the vision.