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100 ways to legislate without Santa (access required)

There’s plenty of talk in the national media about state and local governments dreaming up long Christmas lists to try and make a grab for their share of federal stimulus spending. But Arizona is on the verge of a deficit exceeding $1 billion for the current fiscal year. And the gap between state spending and ...

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