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Phoenix Taxpayers Spent $350 Million and All They Got Was a Sheraton?

The old Sheraton slogan, "belong," makes a lot of sense here. Phoenix residents do belong here, they paid for it. Continue reading Phoenix Taxpayers Spent $350 Million and All They Got Was a Sheraton?...
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