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Terry Goddard accuses ADWR of ‘sneak attack’ blindsiding CAP (access required)

Former Attorney General Terry Goddard accused attorneys for Arizona’s water department of ethical lapses and of blindsiding the Central Arizona Project over their filing of a legal brief in an employment lawsuit involving the water district.

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