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McCain touts own health care reform (access required)

As President Obama wavers on the public option sought by the left, Sen. John McCain lashed out against the "government plan" and single-payer proposals, while touting a few health care reform ideas of his own.

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AZ Land Department will be self-funded (access required)

The one budget bill that garnered a signature from Gov. Jan Brewer would fundamentally change the way the state Land Department is funded. Brewer on Aug. 21 signed H2014, which creates a self-funding mechanism for the Land Department and addresses issues at the Parks Department, the Department of Agriculture and other agencies.

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Draft Dean Martin for governor campaign begins (access required)

An anonymous Web site seeking to draft state Treasurer Dean Martin into the 2010 governor's race is up and running, signaling what could be an early start to a Republican primary campaign that many observers expect to be crowded - whether Gov. Jan Brewer runs or not.

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Misunderstanding blamed for delay of K-12 stimulus money (access required)

A misunderstanding regarding federal requirements delayed the implementation of a quarter-billion dollars in federal stimulus money for education. Gov. Jan Brewer submitted a request on June 25 for $250 million that did not meet federal guidelines for the money, according to the United States Department of Education.

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Arpaio responds to racial profiling allegations, SCA, 287(g) changes

Probably no public figure in Arizona inspires more devotion and loyalty from his supporters and more hatred from his critics than Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. In a revealing Q&A session, the feisty lawman denies racial profiling, says 287(g) changes won't affect his operations, clears up his relationship with Janet Napolitano and refuses to discuss SCA.

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No-names for governor (access required)

The political rumor mill is churning out names at a record pace for next year's gubernatorial race. But Robert Graham is not generally among them. Graham, a political neophyte and businessman who is seeking the Republican nomination, is one of 11 people who have registered as candidates for the 2010 governor's race.

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