AZ Illustrated Politics: CPS Makeover, Road Funding, Carroll-Miller Feud

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We had a slight techical problem with the the online edition of this week's AZ Illustrated Politics, but it's all fixed now, so if you missed it, here's your chance to watch it online. Arizona Education Network President Ann-Eve Pedersen, former state lawmaker (and community organizer) Frank Antenori and Inside Tucson Business Editor Mark Evans talked with me about the plan to revamp CPS; what other steps need to be taken to help abused and neglected kids in Arizona; whether the state should give counties and cities more road-repair dollars; exactly what kind of Arizona kid should be allowed to go to college amid the growing cost of a university education; Attorney General Tom Horne's legal and political troubles; and the ongoing feud between the two Republicans on the Pima County Board of Supervisors, Ray Carroll and Ally Miller. (Frank offered to host a beer summit to work out the differences, but something tells us that probably hasn't been scheduled on anyone's calender.)

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