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Daniel Patterson: "A lot of hunters are pro-predator and want to see habitat protection."

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  • Unsuccessful border projects have cost taxpayers billions of dollars—yet the cash keeps flowing.
  • Borderline Insanity
  • Unsuccessful border projects have cost taxpayers billions of...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • Jun 22, 2011
  • Barbara Crummitt recently helped clear out a house where 40 cats had been living in filthy conditions, but she's finding it difficult to get help for the hoarder, because "unless she's a threat to herself, there's really nothing available to her."
  • Pets and Pathology
  • Barbara Crummitt recently helped clear out a house...
  • Photo by Tim Vanderpool
  • May 26, 2011
  • Don Rollings and a cracked wall at one of his Barrio Viejo properties.
  • Leak Litigation
  • Don Rollings and a cracked wall at one...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • May 12, 2011
  • Caroline Isaacs: "It's fine if you de-fund public education, but leave the prisons alone."
  • Bars and Budgets
  • Caroline Isaacs: "It's fine if you de-fund public...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • Apr 28, 2011
  • Glenn Brown: "Once you get out of the military, you're so used to being told what to do that you can't think on your own."
  • To the Streets
  • Glenn Brown: "Once you get out of the...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • Apr 21, 2011
  • Phil Rosen has kind words for Southern Arizona ranchers who have taken action to preserve frog habitat.
  • Frog Fight
  • Phil Rosen has kind words for Southern Arizona...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • Apr 14, 2011
  • Think twice before taking your medical marijuana through the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 19.
  • Mixed Messages
  • Think twice before taking your medical marijuana through...
  • Tim Vanderpool
  • Mar 31, 2011

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