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An Open Letter to the Pima County Board of Supervisors

BY LEE STANFIELD, Occupied Tucson Citizen This article was originally sent as an email to members of the Tucson City Council—Ed The wording of the Pima County Board of Supervisors Resolution in support of Davis […]

Mar, 17

Found Poem © DAVID RAY 2013

BY DAVID RAY, Occupied Tucson Citizen A found poem is a text that is so meaningful, musical, or unique that it can be appropriated, with credit to its original author (if known), by any prowling […]

Mar, 02

Tucson’s Reign of Bombs

By SHANNON CAIN, Occupied Tucson Citizen Third in an ongoing series of irreverent profiles on Tucson’s One Percent, this time featuring Raytheon Missle Systems Net Worth 2012 net income was $1.9 billion. Net sales weighed […]

Jan, 28

Third Print Edition of the OTC Hits the Streets!

BY THE EDITORS, Occupied Tucson Citizen The third print edition of the Occupied Tucson Citizen has just come off the presses with a print run of 10,000 copies and is now being distributed across Tucson […]

Dec, 29

An Open Letter to the Governor from “Down in the Trenches” of the State’s Mental Health System

BY STEPHEN V HUGHES, Occupied Tucson Citizen July 2, 2013   Dear Governor Brewer, I am writing in earnest because of the state of the Mental Health system in this, the Great state of Arizona. […]

Nov, 25

Tucson’s Broadway Boulevard Is Plenty Wide Enough. Let’s Save It, and the World While We’re at It!

BY DAVID RAY, Occupied Tucson Citizen What a marvelous turnout it was the other night at the large Sabbar Shrine Temple on South Tucson Boulevard! It’s amazing how many intelligent and concerned citizens can turn […]

Nov, 08

Education Reform in Arizona: Just Another Year of Our Children’s Lives

BY STEPHEN STOLLMACK, Arizona Community Press Most of us are now aware that certain forces within the government and private sectors are expending tremendous amounts of money and energy to change how our public education […]

Nov, 02

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