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State prepares for possible shutdown, but full impact unclear (access required)

Prisoners won’t run free and cops won’t disappear from the highways if the budget crisis leads to a shutdown of Arizona state government. But many of the services Arizonans rely on will be conspicuously absent, as will the paychecks of those who provide them.

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