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Reg ProblemPosted on August 26, 2003 | Type: In the News
There seems to be plenty of finger-pointing going on, but ultimately, little is being said about the actual reason for the current gas shortage in Phoenix. Everyone seems to be aware that a pipeline broke and we have to wait for federal approval before gas can begin flowing. But, isn't anyone wondering why this problem is confined to the Phoenix metropolitan area?
Refusing Public Money Perhaps Sank SalmonPosted on July 30, 2003 | Type: In the News
GOP gubernatorial candidate found himself $615,000 behind eventual winner Janet Napolitano right after primary
If a City Wants Your Property...Posted on July 28, 2003 | Type: In the News
In the computer game SimCity, players construct their own utopias of bustling urban centers or quaint little towns. They can build streets, skyscrapers and stadiums, and decide where to place parks, police stations and power plants. The game invites players to "Play God, play mayor!"
Napolitano's Reign is Charmed--Thus FarPosted on July 27, 2003 | Type: In the News
Now that Janet Napolitano has had a chance to settle in and get through a legislative session, what have we learned about her as a governor and a politician?
Los Arcos, Boeing Spark Renewed Incentives DebatePosted on July 25, 2003 | Type: In the News
The flap over Scottsdale's tax subsidy for Steve Ellman's big-box development plans for Los Arcos mall and the state's pursuit of a new Boeing aerospace plant has rekindled the contentious debate over economic development incentives.