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    People without proof of citizenship can register to vote

    A federal appellate court blocked the enforcement of a 2004 state law that required Arizonans to show proof of citizenship to register to vote, according to The Associated Press. In addition, voters do not need to present I.D. when casting ballots. The court ruling will stand pending an appeal, which could take months. The deadline to register for the Nov. 7 election is Monday at midnight.

    $10 million for 100 genomes

    The X PRIZE Foundation announced it is offering $10 million to the first organization that maps 100 human genomes in 10 days. The foundation hopes rapid genome sequencing will open new medical possibilities and make genome sequencing affordable and available in medical care facilities.

    Web Council applications due today

    The UA Web Advisory Council, which oversees the development of the UA Web Site, is looking for an undergraduate to serve on the council. The student would serve for one to three years. Applications, which are due today, are available at

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