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Attorneys argue over scope of Clean Elections authority in Horne case (access required)

A Maricopa County Superior Court judge heard arguments in a case that will not only determine whether the Citizens Clean Elections Commission can investigate Attorney General Tom Horne, but whether it will be able to investigate any candidates who aren’t part of Arizona’s public campaign funding system.

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