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It’s time to set legislative priorities that meet constituent needs (access required)

Sen. Jay TibshraenyThe November elections demonstrated that voters across this country are questioning the leadership being provided by their elected officials. Arizona’s Legislature can begin the process of restoring the public’s confidence by setting priorities that are in touch with our constituents needs. While there will be many important issues requiring our attention, the following ...

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