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Report: Pima County Has Highest Property Tax Rate in Arizona

While the rate is highest in the state, it is below the national average.

Money and Politics: Closing the Gap With Social Media

Social media builds fundraising networks and might replace some dollars for a campaign.

Money and Politics: What Do the Donations Buy?

A small screenprinting business keeps afloat with orders from candidates and other political causes.

Money and Politics: How do Candidates Get the Fundraising Ball Rolling?

Two political insiders talk about how they start to build a candidate's coffers.

Yuma Residents to Lawmakers: Stop CAP From Stealing Water

Friday's listening session was the second in the state on proposed changes to water law.

Economist: Trump Tariffs Could Cost Jobs in Places Like Arizona

UA professor George Hammond cites potential rise in the cost of targeted materials.

Supervisors Table Drug Trafficking Grant

Board Democrats decide not to vote to accept grant until they feel conditions for Operation Stonegarden are met.

Governor Lays Out School Shooting Prevention Plan

Plan focuses on modernizing databases, increase funds for schools and officer training.

Supervisors to Vote on Two New Tenants for Old Courthouse

University of Arizona and Visit Tucson may split the majority of the courthouse's square footage.

City Council to Consider Renewing Downtown Business Improvement District

Affirmative vote would open a comment period for property owners in the district.

Legislature Won't Vote on Proposed Bump Stock Ban

The House turned away a move to force a vote about gun accessories.

Flake Faults Fellow Republicans for Following President's Lead

Joins other retiring GOP lawmakers debating party's future direction.

All-Mail Elections Boost Voter Turnout in Douglas, City Says

City elections see 8 percent boost in number of votes cast in last mayoral and council election.

Look Beyond Words to Facts in Immigration Debate, Lawyer Says

Tucson immigration expert advises a closer look at terms that are politically charged.

Rio Nuevo Wants to Use Broadway Properties Swept Up by Widening Project

Project would include new parking, relocating historic bungalows and changes to Solot Plaza.

Federal Proposal Won't Affect Most Tucson Road Projects, Official Says

Road plans in Tucson most often use local money only in order to avoid federal standards.

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