Howard Fischer

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Howard Fischer is a reporter for Capitol Media Services, covering Arizona state politics.

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Last night in Arkansas, cries of "Do your job!  Do your job!  Do your job" greeted US Senator Tom Cotton, the latest Republican to have a town hall disrupted by protesters.

Arizona seeks to quell protests

Last night in Arkansas, cries of "Do your job!  Do your job!  Do your job" greeted US Senator Tom Cotton, the latest Republican to have a town hall disrupted by protesters.

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Last night, the Arizona state legislature passed a measure allowing business owners to refuse service to gays and lesbians — by asserting their religious beliefs.

Arizona's 'Religious Freedom' Bill Incenses Gay Rights' Activists

Last night, the Arizona state legislature passed a measure allowing business owners to refuse service to gays and lesbians — by asserting their religious beliefs.

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