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Crump files exploratory committee for AG run

Rep. Sam Crump is hoping to bring his decades of legal experience to bear as Arizona’s top law enforcement official. Crump, an Anthem Republican, filed an exploratory committee on June 26 for a run at the attorney general’s position, which ...

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Ninth Floor downplays lack of votes for budget (access required)

Despite a series of setbacks and holdups that delayed passage of a budget deal on Saturday, June 27, Gov. Jan Brewer’s office downplayed concerns that the hard-fought compromise she reached with legislative leaders was in jeopardy because it did not have enough votes to pass.

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Brewer spokesman confirms budget deal

Gov. Jan Brewer has reached agreement with House and Senate leaders on a 2010 budget deal. Brewer spokesman Paul Senseman would not discuss details of the agreement, but said it includes a fall ballot referral for the temporary 1-cent sales ...

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Pederson’s opt out could pave way for Goddard (access required)

Jim Pederson's surprising announcement that he will not seek the Democratic nomination for governor in 2010 could put presumed frontrunner Attorney General Terry Goddard in a strong position if his eventual Republican opponent is as bruised and battered as some expect.

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Both sides claim win in Supreme Court ruling

Gov. Jan Brewer, Senate President Bob Burns and House Speaker Kirk Adams all claimed victory following the Arizona Supreme Court’s ruling in the governor’s case against the Legislature. Less than six hours after hearing oral arguments, the court on June ...

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