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  • 'Green elephants' abandon Bush

    The grassroots group Republicans for Environmental Protection withholds its endorsement from President Bush, citing his "deliberately anti-environmental, anti-conservation" record

  • A fractured party

    The Grand Old Party will either find a new life – or court self-destruction – in the West today, where moderates and hard-liners are battling over conservation issues.

  • A Western woman redefines the presidential race

    A Western woman redefines the presidential race

    Rocky Barker thinks Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin has a good shot at winning the West for John McCain.

  • An improbable candidate runs in Arizona

    An improbable candidate runs in Arizona

    You've probably never even heard of John Dougherty, the dauntless Democratic journalist who hopes to challenge John McCain for U.S. Senate.

  • Arizona elections stay 'clean'

    Big business tries to challenge Arizona’s pioneering Clean Elections program, but the public campaign-finance program prevails

  • Arizona: Obama's curse?

    Arizona: Obama's curse?

    When Obama plucked Janet Napolitano out of the governor's seat to run Homeland Security, he surrendered Arizona to the ultra-conservatives.

  • Bedrock environmental law takes a beating

    Congressman Richard Pombo’s task force tears into the National Environmental Policy Act

  • Can the West become the new South?

    Boosters of a Western primary hope it could give the Interior West a greater voice in the politics of Washington, D.C.

  • Congress and Indians spar over lost money

    Sen. John McCain proposes a way to settle the long-running scandal over missing Indian trust-account funds, but Blackfoot banker Elouise Cobell remains wary

  • Congress thwarts effort to reduce Grand Canyon noise pollution

    Congress thwarts effort to reduce Grand Canyon noise pollution

    A last-minute provision in July’s transportation bill overrules Park Service recommendations for quieting the cacophony of sightseeing air traffic over the Grand Canyon.

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