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Senate wants to make confirmation hearings more open (access required)

The Senate is taking steps to make its confirmation hearings more open to the public and has begun by putting information about executive nominations online. The public can access the information and track the confirmation process by visiting www.azsenate.gov and clicking on “Search Senate Confirmations,” the office of Senate President Tim Bee said Feb. 8. “The confirmation ...

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