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  • Trumpcare Is Dead

    But for how long?
      The Republican push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act collapsed this week, leaving the future of Obamacare up in the air once again.
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  • Editor's Note

    An Ailing Healthcare Reform
      The latest health care legislation has fallen into a coma, the debut of our new cinema column, and following the escapades of local band XIXA on their world tour.
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  • A Stone’s Throw Away

    On Rainer Ptacek and the Giant Sandworms first-ever gig
      Recently, I found an old box of cassette tapes—things even I couldn't destroy.
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  • Indie Screen

    Get Ready for the Comfy Chairs!
      It's a big week at Tucson's best indie theatre as the Loft Cinema reopens its main auditorium with brand-new seats!
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  • Homeless Program Working

    After six months, the Tucson Homeless Work Program has some success and progress.
      HWP program expanded from two days a week to three, accommodating more participants across the program.
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  • Flow Job

    County officials worried Rosemont Mine pushing to weaken water regulations
      The Pima County Board of Supervisors put state environmental regulators and Hudbay Minerals on notice.
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  • Saguaro Bounty

    The Tohono O'odham continue a summer tradition of harvesting desert fruit.
      Trying to survive off what the desert provides in the way of edibles can be a feast or famine situation, so it's important to take advantage of seasonal good times.
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  • Danehy

    Death has been way too busy in Tom's world lately
      Death has been busy lately. I'd like him to take a holiday, but it's unlikely.
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  • Ask a Mexican!

      In 1990, some of my Mexican friends told me it cost $500 to come from Mexico with a coyote. Recently, a friend from Tamazunchale told me it now costs $2,500. How much of this money, paid to the coyotes, go to Border Patrol Employees?
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  • Mobile Ministration

    Beyond the food truck, Nations Creations is helping a community in need with fresh healthy meals
      Not only is the food from Nations Creations beautiful, but also how it started in the first place is just plain gorgeous.
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  • Fun and Games and More

    Two Bisbee artists at UAMA make lighthearted works, some with a serious undertone
      It's a jubilant explosion of color, the very definition of a "visual delight," with bands of pastel yellows and pinks and greens sailing across the canvas like confetti.
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