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‘Sine die’ – a sunset, a flip-flop and money for business and the needy (access required)

The Legislature adjourned sine die just before sunset May 10, capping a final week in which one Republican’s flip-flop prevented a prolonged session and lawmakers expanded tax breaks for businesses and benefits for poor Arizona families.

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