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Law firm plans to appeal ruling that keeps Huppenthal on ballot (access required)

A law firm associated with Arizona Democratic Party will appeal a June 17 court decision that threw out the case against Sen. John Huppenthal, a Chandler Republican who is running for Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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