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Tucson Realtor Raj Kohli provided an update on Tucson's real estate market. Also,documentary filmmaker Daniel Buckley talked about his new film on Tucson's mariachis. Next, we chatted with George Cunningham, former state lawmaker and founder/chair of the Grand Canyon Institute. Plus, nutrition reporter Jack Challem discussed new research on Omega 3 fish oils. Read more»

George Cunningham, chairman of the Grand Canyon Institute, listens at a news conference touting a report suggesting that Arizona’s economy would benefit from boosting Medicaid eligibility to the level suggested by the federal health care law.

Under the Affordable Care Act of 2010, expanding Medicaid eligibility would boost Arizona's economy and add jobs, according to the nonprofit Grand Canyon Institute. The group held a news conference Wednesday to discuss a report detailing three options for Medicaid under the federal health care law. Read more»

Is deciding how to fund education in Arizona best done by lawmakers or voters? That’s a key point of debate with Arizonans ready to decide whether to adopt a permanent 1-cent per dollar sales tax that would be earmarked primarily for education. Read more»

The resumes of fourteen Tucsonans who want to sit on the City Council were posted online by the City Clerk on Tuesday night. Those applying to fill the seat vacated by Rodney Glassman, who stepped down to run for the U.S. Senate, submitted resumes and cover letters expressing their interest. Read more»