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Smart Asset
Project Vote Smart continues its work to save democracy--and it doesn't cost you a penny! [08-28-00]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Good News, Bad News
As April 14 comes around, let's remember that income taxes really do soak the rich. [04-17-00]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Underdog's Day
During a press conference with his three supporters, Bradley sidestepped an opportunity to talk specifics. [07-05-99]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Access Success
TCCC has persevered through much adversity, and has become one of the top public access organizations in the country. [06-21-99]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Primary Objective
Have money, will campaign. [06-14-99]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Let The Naked Games Begin!
The first-ever Tucson sex survey (and quite possibly the last) reveals many of you out there aren't wearing any underwear. And some of you are fit to be tied! [02-15-99]
— Jim Nintzel and Jennifer Hard, TUCSON WEEKLY

Tax Cheats
Didja catch those slick TV and radio ads last month pushing the national sales tax? [12-14-98]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Case Closed?
The mysterious lightshow over Phoenix appears to have been a routine training exercise. [07-28-97]
— Jim Nintzel and Julian Grajewski, TUCSON WEEKLY

Crash Fest
The 50th anniversary of the alleged Roswell UFO crash is cause for small-town celebration. [07-14-97]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Flights Of Fancy
As Arizona Governor J. Fife Symington III pulls a UFO hoax in Phoenix, a group of skeptics in Tucson still can't explain Arizona's mysterious lights. [07-02-97]
— Jim Nintzel, TUCSON WEEKLY

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