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Dark money group says appeal should go forward (access required)

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A dark money group urged the Arizona Court of Appeals to allow it to challenge the Citizens Clean Elections Commission’s authority to levy a $96,000 fine against it after a judge ruled that it missed the deadline for filing an appeal, a case that could settle the long-running dispute over the extent of the commission’s jurisdiction.

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Kirkpatrick, McCain spar over Clinton, Trump (access required)

Incumbent John McCain and challenger Ann Kirkpatrick face off Monday at a televised debate. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)

In their first and only debate, U.S. Sen. John McCain and his Democratic challenger, Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, sparred over a wide array of issues, ranging from Obamacare, immigration reform, national security and Republicans’ refusal to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat, but it was their respective parties’ nominees for president that took center stage early in the night.

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McCain withdraws support for Trump (access required)

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U.S. Sen. John McCain withdrew his support for Donald Trump following release of an audio recording in which the GOP presidential nominee boasted of being able to sexually assault women and made crude comments about them, becoming perhaps the most prominent of the numerous Republicans to do so amid the firestorm of recriminations that erupted after the audio was released Friday.

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Ducey aims to maintain legislative majority with IE (access required)

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Only a small handful of legislative races could be considered even theoretically competitive in the general election, and Gov. Doug Ducey plans to use his independent expenditure committee to ensure that those seats are in Republican hands when the 2017 session starts.

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