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Expectations low as second day of special session begins (access required)

With both sides digging in, the hope of extending unemployment aid to jobless Arizonans appears to be fading.

Lawmakers are expected to resume the special session this afternoon, but the Legislature is more apt to close down the session without acting on the legislation than it is to approve the bills.

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