Voters might have last word in Clean Elections
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted June 15 to advance a measure that would allow voters to decide the fate of Arizona's system of publicly funded campaigns known as Clean Elections. SCR1025 would amend the state Constitution to ban the public funding of campaigns in Arizona. The Senate Judiciary Committee's approval of SCR1025 forwards the proposal ...
Published: June 16, 2009 at 1:00 am
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