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A compendium of blogs by Tucsonans for Tucsonans
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Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas after his license to practice law was taken away: “Today corruption has won and justice has lost ... I brought corruption cases in good faith involving powerful people, and the political and legal establishment blatantly covered up and retaliated by targeting my law license. Arizona has some of the worst corruption in America, according to a recent national survey. The political witch hunt that’s just ended makes things worse by sending a chilling message to prosecutors: Those who take on the powerful will lose their livelihood.”

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If you haven't already, check out the new home of Three Sonorans.

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Check out all the goodies you can get for biking to work!

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Bill Buckmaster interviews John Strobeck about current trends in the Tucson housing market. Click on the link to listen.

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"When 78 of the state’s 90 legislators, Republicans and Democrats alike, all voted to stop raiding state parks funds to balance the budget and to create a consolidated state parks fund, it was the closest thing to a Kumbaya group hug the Legislature has seen in years." What do you think?

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Bill Buckmaster interviews Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry: http://ow.ly/9X9nK What do you think the county ought to do about the roads?
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Anthony Gimino writes, "A team on the NCAA Tournament bubble does not lose its regular-season finale to a team that was 9-20, was ranked 250th in the RPI and lost at home in mid-December to NAU, a team that had dismissed its coach amid scandal." What do you think?

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As the Tucson Rodeo bucks on and entertains the masses, we are reminded of a time when the cowboy was a vital part of America.

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Ah, tax season. Have you started your taxes yet?

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"After meeting for months behind closed doors, Republican legislative leadership quietly released its budget plan Monday afternoon, giving 18 hours’ notice for what may be the only hearings in which the public can testify on the bills." Do you think 18 hours is enough?
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