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Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Bills could reduce DUIs

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PHOENIX Two bills were passed yesterday which could make the penalties more severe for driving while under the influence of alcohol in Arizona, by adding a device to a convicted person's car that prevents it from starting if alcohol is detected on the driver's breath.

The breath sensor, called an ignition-interlocking device, would require a driver to breathe into it before he or she started the car.

The first bill would require anyone underage convicted of having "any spirituous liquor" in their body, or convicted of a DUI or an extreme or aggravated DUI, to have the device installed in their car. [Read article]

· Phone scam continues to cheat UA students
· UA boosts grad assistant tuition waiver to 70 percent
· Lawmakers look to hinder underage drinking in Mexico
· Crime in Nogales low despite U.S. travel advisory
· Bill would allow denial of birth control on moral grounds
· Prof encourages challenging of common wisdom
· Sorority raises money for AIDS with 'Men' calendar
· Fast facts

Football expects to ink 17 recruits

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New UA coach Heupel among Stoops' first recruits at Oklahoma

In 1999, one of the first players Arizona head football coach Mike Stoops recruited in his first year as defensive coordinator at Oklahoma was quarterback Josh Heupel.

The Sooners were coming off a 5-6 season and Mike's brother Bob had just taken over the reins of the OU program.

Two years later, Oklahoma finished 12-0 and won the national title.

The cornerstone of that team? Josh Heupel. [Read article]

· No rest for the weary
· Men Hoops: Olson impressed with freshmen, Radenovic
· Golf finishes fourth in only home tourney
· Despite bum shoulder, Arnold supplies instant offense

Urge the FDA to stop mixing politics with women's lives: demand over-the-counter contraception
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Did you know that there is a drug that is 75 percent effective when taken within 24 hours and less likely to cause an adverse reaction than aspirin? Experts say this same drug could reduce the estimated annual 3 million unintended pregnancies in the United States by 50 percent and prevent as many as 800,000 abortions a year. The name of this drug is emergency contraception (EC).

Emergency contraception, also known as the "morning after pill" is a method of preventing pregnancy, which can be used up to 72 hours after unprotected sexual intercourse, contraceptive failure or rape. [Read article]

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Latest Issue: January 27, 2005


 

Before newspapers had photographs, they had illustrations. And before John Wayne ever captured the southwest on the silver screen, Maynard Dixon did with his drawings and paintings.

Dixon, whose career spanned from 1897 to 1942, is still being honored in not one, but two exhibits at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. [Read article]

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Chicken Kitchen delivers
Liveculture (Latest Issue: February 1, 2005)
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