Tucson Weekly September 5 - September 11, 1996



Crime Time

Veteran prosecutor Barbara LaWall battles personal injury lawyer Rick Gonzales for Pima County's top law enforcement job.
By Tim Vanderpool


Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.


TV has made us dumber as a nation. Will the World Wide Web finish the job?
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny

Rumor has it Pima County Supervisor Ed Moore is planning a sleaze assault on potential general election foe Vicki Cox-Golder...Supervisorial candidate Sally Slosser has a weird head for figures...And more!

Land Rush

Why Vicki Cox-Golder is the wrong person at the wrong time for Pima County supervisor.
By Dan Huff

Campaign Coffers

How The Money Races Are Shaping Up.
By Jim Nintzel

Impact Imperfect

Pima County's Paltry New Housing Impact Fee Won't Begin ToCover Growth Costs.
By Jim Nintzel

Nichols' Dime

He's Got The Most Campaign Money, But Will Incumbent StateRep. Andy Nichols Survive The Democratic Primary In District 13?
By J.E. Relly

Zero Impact

Pima County's paltry new housing impact fee won't begin to cover growth costs.
By Jim Nintzel

Hall of Heads

Finally...at long last...DesertNet proudly debuts the eagerly anticipated Hall of Heads!

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