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The lawsuit against the proposed South Mountain Freeway is at a bit of a pause since the judge’s last ruling on a preliminary injunction, but the Ahwatukee non-profit leading the effort isn’t slowing down trying to educate the community and raise funds to help stop the freeway from being built.
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