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Critics question effectiveness, fairness of ACA-style agencies (access required)

Shuffling the state’s ineffectual Commerce Department into a public-private economic development collaboration called the Arizona Commerce Authority is an attention-grabbing maneuver that, history teaches, will fall short of propelling Arizona out of its economic doldrums.

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