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Weirdest of 2009: Prostitutes, dangerous stairwells and locked-in lobbyists (access required)

There is no doubt that 2009 will go down in the annals of history as one of the most unusual years in Arizona political history. But, even in a year that saw lawmakers meet through the dog days of summer and still not have a balanced state budget, there were events that stood out as the craziest of the crazy.

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