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Senate GOP touts transparency, eliminates press space (access required)

Howie Fischer in the Senate Press Room on March 17.Senior Republicans on March 16 touted the transparency of Arizona's government, citing its open meeting laws, open caucuses and the Legislature's website, which broadcasts hearings live and archives official proceedings. The legislators were highlighting Arizona's achievements in making government more accessible to the public during the kickoff ...

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