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More high-deductible plan members can’t pay hospital bills

As employers and insurance companies shift more health costs into workers’ pockets, hospitals are making a discovery. The pockets aren’t bottomless.... Read more»1

Debate over LGBT ordinance roils San Antonio

A proposal to include sexual orientation and gender identity in San Antonio’s nondiscrimination policy has turned the city into a new gay rights battleground.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Arizona files complaint vs. Federal Election Commission

Arizona Education Association President Andrew Morrill, Tucson Weekly Editor Dan Gibson, TucsonSentinel.com’s Dylan Smith, Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer... Read more»

Commentary

Faith in values: Where’s the debate on immigration reform?

If ever there were a dream team lineup, it’s the large and dazzling array of those who support immigration reform.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Barber & Grijalva want to slow Rosemont approval

An interview with U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-District 3). Also, Sheri Jersek of Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson talks about underwater treadmill therapy for companion animals. Plus, Dr. Robert Hendricks, Buckmaster contributor on education.... Read more»

NSA able to spy on 75 percent of US internet traffic

The United States’ National Security Agency can observe more online communications of Americans than once believed, according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal.... Read more»

Father of dead Hotshot: Bigger fires are big business

Two months after his 26-year-old son was killed fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire, Dave Turbyfill is left with more questions than answers, and is suspicious that private contractors dominating the wildfire business don’t want to knock down fires too fast and, therefore, miss out on big paydays.... Read more»

Evidence mounts that Granite Mtn Hotshots shouldn't have deployed

Increasing evidence reveals that reasons far from supernatural contributed to the tragic deaths of 19 of the 20 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. Dispatch logs show the wildland firefighting crew should not have been deployed to fight the Yarnell Hill Fire.... Read more»2

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Isquierdo talks about the 'New Sunnyside'

An interview with controversial Sunnyside Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo, plus Tucsoncitizen.com Administrator Mark B. Evans, Tucson Padres GM Mike Feder on the wind-up of Tucson baseball, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and Middle East expert Prof. Stephen Zunes.... Read more»1

Race and beyond

Remembering the many voices of the March on Washington

Before the celebrations begin, complete with recitations of and debates over the layers of meaning to King’s colorblind dream, we might do well to review the full story behind the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. An understanding of what those brave marchers demanded a half-century ago can only lead to the conclusion that their work remains incomplete.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Sustaining Downtown Tucson's turnaround

An interview with Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham, then a Downtown Tucson update from Craig Sumberg, executive director of The Fox Tucson Theatre, and Michael Keith, CEO of the Downtown Tucson Partnership.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Hart: Arizona sees big drop in juvenile incarcerations

It’s rare for Arizona to shine in national rankings – other than, say, for population growth or temperature. So we should not fail to note a recent report that cites Arizona as a national leader in the field of juvenile corrections.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Focusing on Southern Az's film industry

Thomas Collins of the Arizona Clean Elections Commission, Tucson Film Office Director Shelli Hall, actor and producer Jeffery Patterson, director Matthew Gratzner, assistant to the Pima County Administrator Nicole Fyffe, and developer Richard Studwell.... Read more»

Lemurs to debut at Tucson zoo

The Reid Park Zoo will unveil a new habitat Wednesday morning, featuring new residents of the zoo: two black-and-white ruffed lemurs. The pair arrived in Tucson in June, but have been kept behind the scenes while the exhibit was renovated.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: TUSD Board member Mark Stegeman

A newsmaker interview with Mark Stegeman, TUSD Governing Board member. Also, financial planner Shelly Fishman had the Tuesday Money Maker Report. Then, we talked about Arizona export potential with Eric Nielsen of the U.S. Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration. Plus, Margaret Regan gave a fall arts preview..... Read more»

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