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Homebuilders to oppose consumer-protection initiative (access required)

A ballot initiative supported by labor unions and billed as a measure to protect consumers from shady home deals and shabbily-constructed homes gained a strong opponent June 23 when the Homebuilders Association of Central Arizona formed a committee to defeat the proposal. The group of builders, led by Spencer Kamps and Connie Wilhelm, will oppose the ...

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