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It’s like winning the lottery

The Capitol community today woke up to a game-changer: After just two consecutive terms, Salmon has decided to retire from Congress. His reason was straightforward: “The most important job I have is that of husband and father, and over the years I’ve missed far too many opportunities to spend time with my family.”

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What’s inefficiency to some

Ducey and lawmakers have perennially touted charter schools’ highest achievements, including the reputation by some as among the best in the country. But a new study by the Grand Canyon Institute, a centrist research group, claims that charters are financially inefficient.

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Source: Pierce is eyeing CD1 (access required)

Pierce is strongly considering jumping into the CD1 race, a Capitol railbird told our reporter yesterday. “Supporters have called to ask him to consider it because the [current] field lacks depth and public appeal,” the source said. To read more ...

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Rooftop solar is comatose in SRP territory (access required)

A year after SRP imposed a demand charge on rooftop solar, applications have slowed to a trickle in its territory. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Feb. 16 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription ...

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The GOP’s proxy war (access required)

A war of words between the Arizona Republican Party and former Maricopa County Republican Party Chairman AJ LaFaro is smoldering over the role that proxies play in electing delegates. To read more on this item plus all the stories in ...

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