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Lawmakers will face $450M shortfall if voters reject ballot measures in Nov. (access required)

Lawmakers may find themselves back at the Capitol for another budget round if voters in November knock down a proposal to eliminate an early childhood development program and take its money, and sweep funds reserved for preserving Arizona's open spaces.

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