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Friday, August 01, 2014
Poll outlines top eight citizen goals for a better Arizona
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Arizona State University President-Emeritus Lattie Coor, left, shares a laugh with Tom Benson and Elisabeth Ruffner before he gives his presentation on “The Arizona We Want” at Yavapai College in Prescott Wednesday night. Approximately 70 people attended the speech and question and answer session.
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Arizona State University President-Emeritus Lattie Coor, left, shares a laugh with Tom Benson and Elisabeth Ruffner before he gives his presentation on “The Arizona We Want” at Yavapai College in Prescott Wednesday night. Approximately 70 people attended the speech and question and answer session.
What do Arizonans want? What do they value, and how do they want the Grand Canyon State to look in the coming years? Lattie Coor, chancellor emeritus of Arizona State University, presented the answers to those questions Wednesday evening during a special presentation at the Yavapai College library. The answers are based on a 2009 Gallup poll that asked Arizonans to describe their thoughts on important statewide topics.


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