IMHO: take the original, leave Alabama on it, draw an 'x' over it, and then add in Arizona under it. Or, add an '&' whilst adding in Arizona.
Underscore two points in one blow.
As far as self-plagiarism? In academia, that is a big no-no... however, I cannot count the number of times a slight modification of one's own work (down to quoting one's self and one's previous works, and referencing them in the third person) has been done. Or, taking slightly different views of data, slight modifications to questions, reprocess, and, viola, new presentation that many, many of my contemporaries have presented (I am not yet big enough to have multiples myself).
That happens in academia due to the same time constraints, and is usually acknowledged that so long as an attempt or new spin was applied, everything is fine.
So... I guess my two cents are thus: if you are going to re-purpose something, change that item and make it obvious it while making a statement.
That and our society is far too cheap in just about every category, far too eager to pay the bottom dollar for the bottom service.