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'THE ARIZONAN' MAKES ITS DEBUT Local screen-print and graphics business-owner Todd Clodfelter cranked out about 20,000 copies of the Bill of Rights and the Constitution to distribute throughout town. The plan was initially tied to a political campaign, but when that unraveled,…

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