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Companies including Clear Channel Outdoor donated space for
billboards touting Arizona’s centennial celebration.
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This goes beyond the "smaller government" ideology and right into the "no government" ideology.
State government giving lip service to the Centennial celebration, but turning its back on being part of the solution.
What happened to the "public" part of the public/private partnership?
The $15 million Arizona Experience Museum fiasco is ruining the centennial celebration. It is eating up funds for a project that will probably never be finished. The "centerpiece" of Arizona's centennial celebration will be an empty building in place of the top rated and historic mineral museum. Details are available on http:minmumad.blogspot.com
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