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Not that bad

State agencies, especially those that are heavily reliant on federal funds, are scrambling to figure out how to minimize the effects of the shutdown.

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You may have to lower your standards a bit

The simmering tension between the governor’s office and the 36 legislators who sued her over Medicaid expansion, coupled with the power play between Robson and Tobin and along with a few other uncertainties, is causing lobbyists to carefully consider which legislators should carry their proposals.

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What could be worse than the US-Iranian relations?

A Capitol source told our reporter this morning that the Ninth Floor and AHCCCS wouldn’t talk or respond to inquiries from the anti-expansion legislators who have challenged the constitutionality of the hospital assessment that will fund Medicaid expansion starting next year.

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With friends like these…

GOP consultant Alan Heywood today went public with a campaign aimed at persuading Bennett to run for Corp Comm instead of governor, but Bennett said there’s no chance that will happen, and he’s committed to a gubernatorial bid.

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Fire up the rumor mill

Tobin and Robson met this afternoon in what one source characterized as an “airing of laundry” following Robson’s role in the special session and a continued drumbeat from caucus members that he and others must be punished.

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‘Health care heroes’ rake it in

Friday’s fundraiser for the GOP lawmakers who supported Medicaid expansion raked in at least $325,000 and is expected to hit the $350,000 mark once all the checks are counted, according to sources familiar with the event.

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