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Post-election battles key for propositions

While 56 percent of Arizona voters approved a controversial initiative attempting to crack down on illegal immigrants Tuesday, Proposition 200 opponents plan to continue their fight in the courtroom.

Rep. Steve Gallardo, D-Phoenix, said he expects a legal challenge to be filed later this month.

"It's unfortunate that the initiative passed," Gallardo said. "But the next step now is legal action to look closely at this initiative and its consequences."

University back to drawing board after Prop 102 fails

Voters examined two ballot measures Tuesday night that could make big impacts on ASU's future in the next few years, defeating Proposition 102 and approving Proposition 400 by sound margins.

Proposition 102's defeat means ASU officials won't be able to trade technologies developed at the University for stock in corporations.

The measure failed 56 to 44 percent, according to the Arizona Secretary of State's office.
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Devils underestimating no one


Matt Hinshaw
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Sophomore wide receiver Terry Richardson breaks through free safety Ben Emanuel’s tackle during ASU’s win over UCLA on Oct. 23.
A week ago, the ASU football team was playing the No. 7 team in the country for a chance to go to the Rose Bowl.

Now, those dreams have been dashed, and the No. 23 Sun Devils (6-2, 3-2) are taking on a .500 team. In fact, ASU likely will be favored in each of the last three games they play, beginning with Stanford (4-4, 2-3) on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium.
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Pac-10 picks ASU basketball to finish last in conference

LOS ANGELES -- If Thursday's media poll is any indication, the ASU men's basketball team might as well get comfortable in the Pac-10 basement.

ASU was picked to finish dead last, exactly where it ended up last season after going 10-17 overall and 4-14 in the Pac-10. It marks the worst projected finish under seventh-year head coach Rob Evans.
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Snowboard savvy


Amanda Lee Myers
Operations management junior Chris Brown leans against his favorite snowboard inside Axis Sports, where he works.
(PHOTO BY AMANDA LEE MYERS/STATE PRESS MAGAZINE)
Snowboarding season is approaching, and now is the best time to invest in equipment. Valley snowboarding stores have stocked up the latest equipment and are prepared for the winter season rush, which means great deals if you know where to look. New developments in technology have improved everything from boots and bindings to pants and jackets.
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Scary Secrets

Emily,* a 22-year-old journalism senior, is a typical college student. Well spoken, pretty and polite, she looks and sounds like any number of girls you'd see on campus. She enjoys going to Dos Gringos, listening to live music and seeing concerts and spending time with her friends.
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