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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
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Eggs and milk are cheaper, pulling down cost of the market basket in the latest Farm Bureau survey.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Apple was found to have overcharged for e-books between 2010 and 2012, the attorney general said.

SUNDAY, June 19, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- If your water pipe, e-cigarette, hookah or smokeless tobacco is defective or causing a health problem, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants to hear from you.

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Drivers on target to pay lowest prices for the Memorial Day holiday since 2005.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson prices were virtually flat.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Fractional decrease comes despite high summer demand, AAA says.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Gas pump prices are starting to plateau around the state and nation, AAA Arizona says.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Arizona's average price rose 2 cents, but prices slipped in Tucson and nationally.

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Penalty for not having health coverage going up.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Seasonal increases in demand and reduced refinery production are behind the increase, AAA says.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Sirloin, milk prices are up; ground chuck, chicken prices dropped, Arizona Farm Bureau survey shows. 

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Plus, other business news in brief.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson average drops five cents in a week, AAA says.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

An annual survey finds higher prices in Arizona for veggies and other sides this holiday season.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson kept the state's lowest average gas price.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson keeps state's lowest prices, AAA says.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

State average price falls more than a nickel in a week, AAA says.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson prices drop 7 cents in a week.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

But prices rose nationally this week, according to AAA.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Letter to telephone companies about annoying calls signed by 45 attorneys general.