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Senate Dems say AZ can bridge $3B gap without more cuts (access required)

Senate Democrats say Arizona can bridge a $3 billion budget deficit without cutting a single penny more from the state budget.The proposal, which was announced this morning, relies heavily on federal stimulus aid and includes securitizing the state's lottery proceeds and its prisons. They also want to see the state defer some agency payments and ...

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