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Arizona Turns the Tide: Voters Demand the Recall of Russell Pearce
Thu, Jun 2, 2011Immigration
In a celebratory display of unprecedented organization, a bipartisan group of activists poured into the Arizona secretary of state's office yesterday with more than 18,300 signatures to demand the recall of State Senate president Russell Pearce.  You can follow this group on facebook.

Tags: Arizona, Russell Pearce, LD18, Maricopa County, Mesa

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Mesa mayor calls immigration law 'unfunded mandate'
Sat, May 22, 2010Immigration
Arizona RepublicBy Gary Nelson Mesa Mayor Scott Smith criticized the Legislature on Thursday for saddling cities and towns with the full cost of implementing Arizona's tough new immigration law.His comments came as the City Council weighed the impact of the 2010 legislative session on Mesa's quality of life and bottom Read More

Tags: Arizona, Mesa, Scott smith, SB1070, Unfunded mandate, Illegal immigration

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Mesa backs San Tan Valley incorporation
Tue, May 18, 2010Pinal County
Arizona RepublicBy Gary Nelson Folks in an area unofficially called San Tan Valley, an unincorporated area southeast of Queen Creek in Pinal County, are mounting a petition drive in an effort to become Arizona's newest city. Not everyone likes the idea and no one knows what would happen if, as backers Read More

Tags: Mesa, San Tan Valley, Bryan Martyn,

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School uses mall storefront to draw students
Mon, Jul 6, 2009Education
Arizona RepublicBy Ray ParkerIn the public-school landscape, where many charter schools have yet to develop reputations, there's fierce competition for students.But more schools are turning to marketing strategies typically associated with businesses or private schools: placing bus ads and billboards, canvassing neighborhoods and running radio ads.So Mesa charter-school administrators at Read More

Tags: Mesa, Private schools, Legacy Elementary School, public funding

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