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Bee: Loan worker licensing issue not dead (access required)

Several bills that would force workers who deal with real estate loan applicants to get state licenses have been buried in the Arizona Senate, but Senate President Tim Bee says the issue remains alive. Bee says he has concerns about some provisions of the proposed legislation and that he has aides working on a new version. ...

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