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  • By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services

Arguing that federal policies have made paper money "virtually worthless,'' Arizona lawmakers are moving to allow residents to invest in gold coins and not have to pay state taxes on any profits they make when they sell them.

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  • By Coty Dolores Miranda, AFN Contributing Writer

Five-year-old Bronson O’Dell Wadley and 86-year -old Roseland Barton may well be apart in years, but they have at least one thing in common - they love the crisp clarion sound of their handbells.

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  • AFN News Staff

Save the Lakes has scheduled three meetings in the ongoing battle over the defunct golf course at Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Club while The True Life Companies plans a festive informational session early next month.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor
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All 21 Native American tribes in the Southwest are asking permission to join the appeal against the South Mountain Freeway, but Arizona’s attorney general says they’re too late and wants them shut out.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

A sweeping audit found major deficiencies throughout the Kyrene School District, from an absence of clear policy-making by the school board and insufficient planning by the administration to inadequate teacher development and instructional technology to a widening gap in student achievement.

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