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CD2 voters challenge recount procedures (access required)

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A collection of Pima and Cochise County voters sued Arizona’s top election official on Monday, claiming that the secretary of state’s planned method for conducting a recount in Congressional District 2 was in violation of state law.

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Why am I not surprised?

A letter sent by Barber, Kirkparick, Sinema and Texas Rep. Gene Green urging the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to scrutinize the business practices of solar-panel-leasing companies was done at the behest of APS, according to a DC-based solar industry representative.

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Arizona cannot delay education finance reform much longer

Arizona cannot delay education finance reform much longer

Arizonans went to the polls earlier this month to elect a new governor and decide who would represent them in many state offices and the United States Congress. Of the 35 legislative candidates that the Chamber’s Political Action Committee endorsed in the General Election, 34 won their races and will join or re-join the Arizona Legislature when the session begins in January. These candidates are committed to the same economic initiatives as the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce: economic growth, job creation and business retention.

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