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Where’s George Soros when you need him? (access required)

Arizona voters may get the chance to decide the fate of school voucher expansion, but the new public education advocacy group pushing for a referendum on Laws 2017, Chapter 139 (S1431: empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in) said it’s lacking the big-dollar ...

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Let the 2022 speculation commence (access required)

Sinema appears to have only ramped up speculations over her US Senate ambitions even after telling KTAR’s Darin Damme in an interview yesterday that she’ll be running for re-election in CD9 (LINK). To read more on this item plus all ...

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No need to wait until sine die (access required)

Former Attorney General Grant Woods and former Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson are heading up the referendum campaign to refer up to three pieces of anti-citizen initiative legislation to the 2018 ballot, and that campaign kicked off today. To read more ...

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Ducey’s budget bonanza (access required)

Legislative budget documents indicate that nearly all of Ducey’s priorities have made it into the tentative agreement between the Ninth Floor and leadership. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the May 2 Yellow Sheet Report, go ...

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Stay off our turf (access required)

Ducey chief of staff Kirk Adams waded into the ongoing spat between Central Arizona Project and the Dept of Water Resources, telling CAP that it needs to respect the state’s authority over water issues. To read more on this item ...

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