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The city's unfair and illegal actions are violating the constitutional rights of Tucsonans

When Arizona achieved statehood 100 years ago, voters were given three progressive constitutional powers: the direct initiative of legislation; the recall of elected officials; and the referendum to void legislation. In Tucson, the last of those is now in serious jeopardy of,…

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