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Legislature should forget ideological battles and focus on making Arizona more attractive

Legislature should forget ideological battles and focus on making Arizona more attractive

Another legislative session is completed. The Republican majority has again failed to work with Democrats for the common good in Arizona. Many of us hoped the bipartisan efforts in 2013 would lead to an increased focus on substantive issues like fixing CPS, restoring the massive cuts to education or passing meaningful ethics reform. Instead, Republicans have concentrated on a strategy of appealing to the most extreme elements of their party to the detriment of Arizona’s children, businesses and workers.

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Solid, productive session for small business

Solid, productive session for small business

The 51st Arizona Legislature’s Second Regular Session was solid and productive for the National Federation of Independent Business with Arizona’s small business owners scoring gains on taxes and regulatory reform while turning back troubling efforts to unlevel the playing field for small business in economic development.

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Brewer eyeing Ducey, Smith for endorsement

Brewer, who has expressed her desire to endorse a candidate in the gubernatorial primary, has narrowed down her choices to two. She conceded in an interview yesterday that one of them is Smith, the lone Republican in the race who supports her controversial proposal to expand Medicaid and to maintain the Common Core standards, but wouldn’t say who the other candidate is.

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