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-Local Leaders flock to capital
Fri, Jul 29, 2011Pinal County
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Eloy Mayor Byron Jackson along with leaders from other rural areas participated July 18 in a four-person delegation from Arizona in attending a meeting on “First Suburbs, Sustainability, Inclusion and Economic Growth” at the White House.

Tags: Arizona, Pinal County, Rural Arizona, Economy

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Why Kirkpatrick opposes 'Cap and Trade'
Sat, Jul 18, 2009Energy
Daily CourierBy Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick Too often Washington has served rural Arizona poorly. Time and again, the federal government shows us that it does not understand the values we hold and the challenges we face, and we pay the price for its mistakes.I ran for Congress to stand up against Read More

Tags: U.S. Congressional District 1, Cap and Trade, Waxman-Markey energy bill, Indian County, Rural Arizona

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Rep. Kirkpatrick visits Florence
Thu, Apr 16, 2009Pinal County
Florence ReminderBy Daniel Dullum, Staff WriterWhen it comes to promoting President Obama's economic stimulus package, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick isn't afraid to literally put her money where her mouth is. During her tour of Florence's Main Street on April 10, Kirkpatrick made an unscheduled stop when the storefront window of Read More

Tags: Ann Kirkpatrick, Florence, Coolidge, Rural Arizona, Economic Recovery Plan

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Kirkpatrick visits Pinal County
Thu, Apr 16, 2009Pinal County
Coolidge ExaminerBy Daniel Dullum, Staff WriterFLORENCE - Trying to visit as many places as possible in the vast Congressional District 1, Rep. Anne Kirkpatrick stopped by in Pinal County last Friday, primarily to visit with small business owners in Florence and Coolidge."We're calling this our 'Getting Arizona Back on Track Read More

Tags: Ann Kirkpatrick, Florence, Coolidge, Rural Arizona, Economic Recovery Plan

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