By Helen Tracey-Noren
A review of state-level data on the 1033 program found the Arizona Department of Agriculture also received nine 12-gauge shotguns described as "riot type," a description generally applying to shotguns with shorter barrels and larger magazines than those used by hunters.
A recent report gives Arizona a grade of C for women's employment and earnings. As income inequality persists, more women in Arizona and elsewhere in the country are gaining leadership skills and taking on managerial roles by starting their own businesses.
The Bill Williams River Water Rights Settlement Act of 2014 would guarantee some water rights for the Hualapai Tribe, allow Freeport Minerals Corp. to continue operating its Bagdad copper mine and provide the state with lands for wildlife protection, supporters said.
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