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Prop. 207: Provisions are unnecessary (access required)

Proposition 207 is a Trojan Horse designed to fool Arizona’s voters into passing a dangerous measure that will undo zoning laws, freeze water management statutes and stop all manner of normal and beneficial government regulation under the guise of “protecting homeowners”. Despite its title and deceptive ads, the real impact of this measure has ...

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