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PHOENIX — Out-of-state students who attended one of the state’s three universities are not entitled to a partial refund just because “dreamers” were allowed to pay the same tuition as Arizona residents, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.

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PHOENIX -- Two Republican legislators and Attorney General Mark Brnovich are taking the first steps to craft legislation to ensure that Arizonans with pre-existing conditions can still buy health insurance if federal courts strike down the Affordable Care Act.

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PHOENIX -- Facing criticism, the chief justices of the Arizona Supreme Court rescinded an order that banned photography and videos around the courthouse and even on the sidewalks.

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Gov. Doug Ducey went to the headquarters of the Arizona National Guard on Monday (Nov. 4) to publicize a provision in the budget restoring tuition assistance to citizen soldiers.

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By Howard Fischer
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PHOENIX -- Taking photos outside the Arizona Supreme Court or the Court of Appeals building in Tucson could now land you in jail.

In a new order, Chief Justice Robert Brutinel prohibited any type of video recording, photography or live broadcasting from areas around the two buildings. That includes the entrances, steps, patios – and sidewalks.

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