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CBS 5 Investigates: Lobbyist gifts to lawmakers

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A CBS 5 Investigation found example after example of lawmakers accepting gifts from lobbyists, in the form of meals, drinks and trips, and then sponsoring legislation that benefits the companies that paid for the gifts.

Hidden cameras catch lobbyists, AZ lawmakers wining and dining

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Critics accuse the American Legislative Exchange Council of being a front for big business interests, with a special access to lawmakers.

Lawmaker benefits from tax credits he helped design

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Arizona state Sen. Steven Yarbrough is widely popular among advocates of school choice for his support for and sponsorship of laws that benefit the state's tuition tax credit program.

Lawmaker hopes to change AZ conflict of interest law

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Arizona state Sen. Steve Gallardo is planning to introduce a bill that would make it illegal for state lawmakers to profit from laws they sponsor and help to pass.

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    Proposed massive solar wind tower generates questions

    Proposed massive solar wind tower generates questions

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:53 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:53:10 GMT
    Change is in the wind for the quiet border town of San Luis, AZ. The farming community may soon be home to a massive solar wind tower.
    Change is in the wind for the quiet border town of San Luis, AZ. The farming community may soon be home to a massive solar wind tower - the sheer enormity of which would make it a new Arizona landmark.
  • Border militias eye Arizona

    Border militias eye Arizona

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:14 AM EDT2014-07-22 05:14:21 GMT
    Organizations that watch militia activity say the groups are again eyeing Arizona after several years of decreased activity.  
    Organizations that watch militia activity say the groups are again eyeing Arizona after several years of decreased activity.
  • Rogue Sonora Police unit targets migrant shelter

    Rogue Sonora Police unit targets migrant shelter

    Thursday, July 17 2014 12:40 AM EDT2014-07-17 04:40:44 GMT
    The leader of a humanitarian organization on the Arizona Mexico border is calling for an investigation into a raid and apparent robbery at a migrant shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
    The leader of a humanitarian organization on the Arizona Mexico border is calling for an investigation into a raid and apparent robbery at a migrant shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
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