Saturday, November 30, 2013

AZ Illustrated Politics: Talking With Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll

Posted By on Sat, Nov 30, 2013 at 3:01 PM

On last night's AZ Illustrated Politics: Mayor Jonathan Rothschild talked about the new policies and practices related to the Tucson Police Department's enforcement of SB 1070; the lessons from the November city elections; the city's initiative to house homeless veterans; his support for the city's speedcams; and more. Then Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll talked about the EPA's concerns about the proposed Rosemont Mine; the shooting of a mountain lion at Colossal Cave Mountain Park; his support for an increase in the gas tax to boost road repair in the state; and allegation that fellow Supervisor Ally Miller has made about corruption and extortion within the county's Development Services Department.

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