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Arizona Mayor Opposes Razor Wire On Border Fence

A proposal to put razor wire atop parts of the border fence near Nogales, Arizona, shown here in 2010, faces opposition. But when Gillette launched the razor in India, the reaction was different. Executives were baffled about why the razor flopped until they traveled to India and observed men using a cup of water to shave. All the MIT students had running water. Without that, the razor stayed clogged. "That's another 'a-ha' moment," Carvalho said. "That taught us the importance that you really need to go where your consumers are, not just to talk to them, but observe and spend time with them to gather the key insight." P&G acquired Gillette in 2005 and the next several years were spent integrating the companies. But in 2008, the focus on India returned when Carvalho decided to bring 20 people, ranging from engineers to developers, from Gillette's US headquarters to India for three weeks.
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In St. Bernard Parish, a remarkable 38 votes appeared to separate the two candidates for an open seat on the bench there. Complete but unofficial returns showed Jeanne Nunez Juneau earning 2,929 votes to candidate Kim Cooper Jones 2,891 votes. Assuming the results are certified, Juneau would replace retired Judge Manny Fernandez on the 34th Judicial District Court. With two female candidates, the race was guaranteed to put the parish's first woman on the parish court. In the Orleans Traffic Court race, attorneys Steven Jupiter and Clint Smith appeared to be headed to a Nov. 16 runoff, to decide who will replace retired Judge Ronald Sholes. Jupiter and Smith were leading the field of eight candidates in Saturdays election. With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Jupiter had 6,036 votes, or 23 percent, to Smiths 4,560, or 17 percent. The race heated up in its final days, with mudslinging aimed at candidate Richard Perque, who finished third. Another candidate, Patrick Giraud, was ordered to stop running a TV campaign ad which a Civil Court judge ruled misrepresented his qualifications. Candidates Harry Cantrell and Mark Vicknair will face off in the runoff for a post in Magistrate Court. The winner of the runoff will replace retired Judge Gerard Hansen. Final returns show Cantrell leading with 10,696 votes and Vicknair with 9,252 votes. The third candidate, former Judge Morris Reed, earned 5,516 votes.
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"We've had a black eye because everybody is using the border as a political issue," Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino said. The proposal, according to Garino, would put concertina wire on top of the 20-foot-high fence to the east and west of town. "Tucson Sector Border Patrol is considering a proposed deployment of concertina wire in the Nogales area," Border Patrol spokesman Brent Cagen wrote in an e-mail. "Currently this proposal is still under review. Specifics concerning this proposal are unavailable at this time." The push for immigration overhaul Agreeing to disagree on immigration Nogales is a major trade hub on the border, abutting the Mexican state of Sonora. It is considered part of the Border Patrol's Tucson Sector, which consists of 262 miles stretching from the Arizona-New Mexico border to Yuma County, near Lukeville. Garino, a former law enforcement officer and member of the Southwest Border Task Force, praised the Border Patrol for the "tremendous" decrease in drug and human trafficking in southern Arizona.
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