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No Mas Huppenthal/Horne burritos to swallow

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Arnie Bermudez

The Republican primary election is over. The good news is that the Arizona Republican Party said "no mas" to Attorney General Tom Horne and Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal, the main opponents of Tucson's Mexican American Studies program.

The bad news, well, that's probably yet to come. However, if anyone wants to know what Mr. Huppenthal is up to, look for him in the comments section of any posts about him. Keep an eye on the section below. For Mr. Horne, just ask the FBI for an update.

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