Arizona's Film Future 

Will the Legislature ever give the state's movie industry a break?

It was late September, and in the 10th-floor offices of Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, officials were salivating over the notion of reviving Arizona's once-lucrative but now-moribund film industry. There was Mike Varney, president of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and Brent DeRaad,…

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