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Brewer might face a tough primary

During her 27 years in public office, Gov. Jan Brewer has never lost an election. But if she runs for a full term in 2010, some are predicting that streak could come to an inglorious end in the Republican primary.

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State cash reserves should last through September (access required)

The state's cash reserves are dwindling fast, but Arizona should be able to keep paying its bills through the end of September. If no budget is in place by the start of October, however, the state will likely have to borrow from the private sector for the first time in memory, if not the state's history.

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Brewer cancels Mexico trip (access required)

The day before her scheduled departure for a border governors' conference in Mexico, Gov. Jan Brewer announced that she will stay in Arizona to continue working on the protracted budget crisis.

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Napolitano expected to take lead on immigration reform in 2010

After years of dealing with border issues in Arizona, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will have a lead role in President Obama's push for nationwide immigration reform. In Obama's tumultuous first year, comprehensive immigration reform has taken a back seat to the economy, health care and the environment.

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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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