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Brewer extends suspension of agency rulemaking (access required)

Uncertainty looms over all non-budget bills in the Legislature, and no one knows when, or if, lawmakers will have time to address issues such as a proposed one-year moratorium on state agency rulemaking.But with Gov. Jan Brewer ordering an extension of her temporary ban on new rules and regulations from state agencies, legislators may still ...

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