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Arizona's sad record of women in poverty

A LEGACY OF SPENDING CUTS Here's a sad reality of life in today's Arizona: More than half a million women live in poverty. The Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona and the Arizona Foundation for Women teamed up with the Grand Canyon Institute…

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