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    Congress has again reprised - and in fact has crafted legislation for the terrible notion of financial “reparations” to America’s black citizens.

      Editor’s note: The previous letter was published June 23 in the Green Valley News. The following response was published today.

        About 80 young volunteers are taking part this summer in The Animal League of Green Valley’s annual Youth Intern Program, much to the delight of the teens, the cats and dogs and TALGV’s year-round adult volunteers.

        Supporters say a bill headed to Gov. Doug Ducey's desk requiring adult changing stations in new or renovated state buildings is a big first step, but will have little immediate impact for those who need them now.

        More than a month after the Rosemont Mine received its final permit to being operations, the Pima County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution opposing the project on a 3-2 vote.