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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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