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Re: the June 22 guest opinion "Why I'm suing Arizona to help low-wage workers."

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  • By Regina Romero Special to the Arizona Daily Star
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New law interferes with local governance. 

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Por Becky Pallack

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Three proposed projects would add 200 affordable apartments around downtown Tucson.

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Diocese plans to save one historic building and demolish another.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Locals living on low incomes can sign up for discounts on their utility bills.

The Mercado San Agustin Annex will include a beer shop, a bike shop, a restaurant, a coffee shop, and an outdoor stage.

If voters reject ward-only elections in November, court might mandate a citywide election system.

  • By Maggie Driver For the Arizona Daily Star

The city stopped helping the museum with money for maintenance of historic buildings.

Council slams a proposal to cut Kidco after-school programs for 900 children.

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  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Councilwoman Regina Romero: Fiesta Grande should get permit, but city needs better controls. 

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Reader views on Greyhound Park, Regina Romero, True Islam campaign, Ben Carson.

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Opinions on refugee children and camp, dangerous court storming, UA psychiatry residents. 

Tucson councilwoman takes job with Center for Biological Diversity.

Group also investing $2.2 million in Gadsden’s expansion of Mercado San Agustín.

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  • By Christianna Silva For the Arizona Daily Star

Business groups oppose plan while supporters say it's a human-rights issue.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

A general fund deficit of more than $42.2 million is expected going into next year.

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Employers who don’t follow the rules could be fined.

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City may ask voters for a half-cent sales tax increase, but polling comes first.

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Readers discuss homeless help, healthcare reimbursement rule, teacher's realities, Trump's popularity.