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  • Arizona congressional incumbent O’Halleran rebuffs comic’s support

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  • Arizona sues Phoenix boutique for allegedly ripping off brides-to-be

    The state of Arizona has filed a civil suit against Pearl Bridal and its owners for allegedly taking thousands of dollars in prepayments and then closing before fulfilling orders.
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