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Deconstructing Janet






Sure, she can beat wacky legislators into submission. But just what has Governor Janet Napolitano done for the state of Arizona, particularly her pet cause, the children? In a three-week series, we take a hard look -- and offer Janet some suggestions for what she can do in her next term.

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  1. Raising Arizona
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    Okay, Janet, you won. Now what?
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  2. Teenage Wasteland
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    It's up to Governor Janet Napolitano to make sure history doesn't repeat itself -- that is, boldly reform juvenile corrections. Or at least make sure someone's watching
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  3. Breathless
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    Despite a lot of hoopla at the beginning of Napolitano's administration, environmental protections for kids have not improved much
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  4. Broken
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    The system that serves tiny children with disabilities is nowhere near fixed, after years of trying on the governor's watch
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  5. The State of Her State
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    Few argue that Janet Napolitano has been a good governor. The question is, why isn't she great?
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  6. Suffer the Children
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    Governor Napolitano made CPS reform a top priority. But it's been a tough four years
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