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California vote against tax hikes may show need for ‘Plan B’ in AZ (access required)

Most Capitol observers believe voters are more likely to approve Gov. Jan Brewer’s temporary tax increase proposal than the Legislature, but recent events in California may be a sign that the governor should have a good backup plan ready.

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