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was a subscription-only news site that covered Arizona state politics. It in June 2012.

The site was  by former employees of the , and its  was provided by local political consultant Bob Grossfeld, the site’s publisher. The Guardian had three editorial employees.

The Guardian was , who could read the site with  ranging from $30 to $150 per month . Many of those subscribers were . The site also brought in revenue from advertising. It was profitable as of mid-2009.

In 2010, the site  and developed a free  designed by Arizona State University students, which allows users to , as well as other political stats and contact information.

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