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The interest of some Arizona politicians in Bisbee's civil union law is peculiar

When Arizona was admitted to the Union a century ago, the copper mining metropolis of Bisbee was the state's third-most-populous city. It remained a center of economic and political power for the first six decades of statehood. Everything is different now. The…

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