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Capitol Quotes: Dec. 2, 2011

“I have a root canal coming up right after and I’m trying to figure out which is going to be more painful.” — IRC Commissioner Richard Stertz on whether he was looking forward to a commission meeting.

“No matter how well all of us do our jobs, how well CPS does their job, how well law enforcement does their job, children are going to die.” — Ed Truman, an assistant attorney general and expert on CPS issues in testimony to the Arizona Child Safety Task Force.

“(He has) never been anything but a gentleman — and I am not an unattractive woman.” — Sen. Lori Klein, R-Anthem, telling CBS News on Nov. 29 why she doesn’t believe allegations that her longtime friend and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has sexually harassed women. Klein is the chair of Cain’s Arizona campaign team.

“I would like to see them revisit the maps and do a little better job of getting some compactiveness in there.” — Gov. Jan Brewer, on what she would like to see in the redistricting process.

“I’m always in trouble. I can’t speak to you all.” — Sen. Lori Klein declining to comment while attending an ALEC summit in Scottsdale.

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