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Sep 29, 2011

States struggle for infrastructure financing

The Hoover Dam, one of the world's great engineering feats, is marred by roads with traffic so jammed along the Nevada-Arizona border that it tells a different story about the political will to maintain 21st century infrastructure.

Apr 29, 2010

Census mail results could hurt five states

Hope Yen AP Writer Washington — Five states — New York, California, Texas, Arizona and Florida — are perilously close to losing out on congressional seats because of lackluster participation […]

Mar 17, 2010

Five states rush housing aid plans

By Bob Christie AP Writer Phoenix — The five states hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis have been given only weeks to plan how to spend $1.5 billion in federal […]

Sep 28, 2009

Michigan faces another shutdown

Kathy Barks Hoffman AP Writer Laingsburg, MI — Economically beleaguered Michigan faces a possible government shutdown — shuttering highway rest areas, state parks, construction projects and the state lottery — […]

Sep 4, 2009

States struggle in time for transformation

Bill Clements and Charley Shaw Dolan Media Co. World War II jolted the U.S. out of its last massive financial crisis. But with no global war to propel a recovery […]

Jul 6, 2009

Tucson promotes a rainy day plan

Arthur H. Rotstein Tucson, AZ — Long dependent on well water and supplies sent hundreds of miles by canal from the Colorado River, this desert city will soon harvest some […]


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