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J.C. Scott: The dirty business of politics, Part II

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J.C. Scott: The dirty business of politics, Part II

Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik talked about supporting the film industry in Arizona with tax credits, Tucson's move to become an "immigrant welcoming city," the settlement of the Sun Tran negotiations, and his opposition to photo radar installations and the city's road bond proposition.

Pima County Superintendent of Schools Linda Arzoumanian, a Republican who's seeking re-election, talked about the responsibilities of her office, fiscal management, and her qualifications. She also voiced her support of JTED (the Joint Technical Education District). John gave Linda his endorsement.

Emil Franzi, radio talk show host and political consultant, returned to continue our reoccurring segment on "The Dirty Business of Politics." Emil and John talked about the continuing attacks on Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll, a Republican who's seeking re-election, from various political blogs and operatives.

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