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Downtown Tucson scored a big win last week when Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation extending the life of the Rio Nuevo district for an extra decade.

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In a tragic turn of affairs, hundreds of bits of legislation came to a sad end last week when the deadline passed for bills to be heard in committee.

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Jim Nintzel on the education sales tax and Pima County's roadblock to fixing our deteriorating roads.

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Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller is on the warpath again-this time against Rio Nuevo.

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If you're terribly surprised that the GOP-controlled Congress is on a mad spending spree now that they hold the nation's purse springs, you have forgotten the lessons of the George W. Bush administration.

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Jim Nintzel watches McSally go full Trump since announcing her Senate run and takes a closer look at a panel discussion with Mexico-based photographers.

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Here in Arizona, Democrats are optimistic that this will be the year that they finally turn things around and win a few statewide races.

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Martha McSally is off into the wild blue yonder

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To get you ready, here's a preseason primer on what's going on in some of the high-profile races we will be following this year.

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In Jim Nintzel's last Skinny of 2017, he looks at the just-passed tax bill and the race for McSally's congressional seat.

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Who would have thought that the fate of the Senate tax giveaway would rest on the shoulders of Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake?

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The stampede of Republican lawmakers retreating in horror from Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore is quite the spectacle.

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Sen. Jeff Flake set off a political explosion last week with his announcement that he would not seek reelection.

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It appears that Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry is entirely out of fucks to give about Supervisor Ally Miller

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