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Prosecutors look to cut phone line for public meetings to expose ‘weasels’ who attend

The Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys’ Advisory Council, a statutorily created body made up of county prosecutors and other law enforcement figures, doesn’t want reporters listening in on their public meetings.

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