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At the time of this writing, only a few hours have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court issued its calamitous decision upholding the bulk of the federal health care law. I share in your disappointment, surprise and frustration.
By Fernanda Santos, New York Times
The U.S. Congress has been deadlocked for about three years over re-authorizing the federal highway program. During that time, they have passed temporary extensions of the program. The ninth extension expires at the end of this month.
By Diane Cohen and Michael F. Cannon, published by the Cato Institute
By Samantha Bare, Cronkite News
By Ron Arnold, Washington Examiner
It's bad enough when your town has to worry about high mountain forest fires. It's even worse when the scorched earth left behind gives way to monsoon rains that drive mud and boulders smashing into your municipal water pipeline system. And it's much, much worse still when President Obama's Forest Service won't let you repair the damage, ostensibly because that might disturb the wilderness.
Historic Tombstone takes on the feds over water rights
KNST Tucson's Garret Lewis interviews Nick Dranias on the latest developments in Tombstone, Arizona.
KVOI Tucson's Bill Buckmaster interviews Nick Dranias on the latest developments in Tombstone, Arizona.