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Solar Energy and Water Concerns

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Political Conversations - Governor Jan Brewer

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Supreme Court Puts Clean Elections on Hold

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Voters Approve 1 Percent Sales Tax Hike

Arizona voters have approved Proposition 100, which will increase the state sales tax by 1 percent, to 6.5 cents per dollar, for three years, effective June 1.

Polls Open Until 7 p.m.

Arizona voters head to the polls today to decide the fate of a one percent state sales tax hike.

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