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Why sit on our assets?

Ducey today (June 4) unveiled his proposal to provide more funding for K-12 education by increasing the amount of money that schools receive from the state’s Permanent Land Endowment Trust Fund, which contains the proceeds from the sale of state trust land.

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Corp. Comm: We’ve done all we can do

The Corp Comm is in no mood to furnish the DC-based Checks and Balances Project with additional information about Stump’s text messages. The group has been digging into Stump’s email and text communications to prove its point that Arizona’s energy commissioners have been lost to “regulatory capture,” the idea that regulators act more as consultants of the industries that they oversee than as objective overseers.

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GOP: Not like it matters

Despite Democratic enthusiasm, Republicans are still confident that McCain will prevail. “She might be the only real opponent he’s had in a really long time. But I still think she has zero chance,” said GOP consultant Brian Murray, who predicted a 15-point win for McCain.

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Does this mean the #classroomsfirst hashtag is back?

Ducey today (May 22) announced the membership of his Classrooms First Initiative Council, which he created by executive order in early January, a week after taking office. The council, which includes a mix of district and charter school officials, is charged with “simplifying and modernizing” Arizona’s school funding system.

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Burning a hole in their pockets

With the latest JLBC monthly fiscal highlights showing revenues exceeding projections to the tune of $233 million, talk of budget revisions has increased among Republicans in the Legislature. Several Republicans said if the Legislature has to go into a special session for redistricting, or any of the other looming issues that could lead to a special session, they want the governor to include budget revisions in his call.

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