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Revisiting the Recall: Supporters say it’s justified any time; opponents say it’s being misused (access required)

The right to use recall elections that Arizona fought for so vigorously during its quest for statehood has rarely been used in the past 100 years, but a flurry of recent attempts to oust elected officials from office has some questioning whether the process is being abused.

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