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Subject: Can Cities and Suburbs Work Together?
Date: Thu Mar 13 12:42:46 MDT 2014
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Can Cities and Suburbs Work Together?

One Arizona mayor argues it makes more sense to fund cities and their suburbs as large metro areas, rather than as politically separate entities.

 

Today's Headlines from Around the Nation

 
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Arizona Gov. Brewer Won't Seek Re-Election
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A Fourth State Avoids Federal Food Stamp Cuts
Marijuana Oil Bill Unanimously Passes Kentucky Senate
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