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Capitol Police feeling budget crunch through other agencies’ pains (access required)

While the Arizona Capitol Police are not directly facing extreme budget cuts, they are feeling the effects of lost funding at other agencies, said Commander Andrew Staubitz.Most funding for the Capitol Police comes from the state’s general fund, but about one-third of the department’s approximately $4 million operating budget comes from interagency service agreements (ISAs), ...

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