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Thursday, September 9, 2004
Students angry at report on registration practices
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Group says story may keep students from registering to vote in Ariz.

UA students yesterday demanded the county and state retract statements broadcasted on Fox 11 News, which claimed out-of-state students could become felons if they registered to vote in Arizona.

Though the retractions were denied, students settled for a clarification from the Pima County Recorder Ann Rodriguez.

The UA Network of Feminist Student Activists said an Aug. 31 FOX-11 News broadcast could discourage out-of-state students from registering to vote in Arizona and participating in November's election. [Read article]

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