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Biggs to universities: Believe me, you’re fine

While other legislators worry about the cuts to higher ed and are exploring ways to restore the funding, Biggs said the universities have not indicated that they expect enrollment to go down. A statement Biggs emailed to our reporter via Senate spokesman Mike Philipsen shows no indication he is willing to consider adding back funding to the universities, and indicates that he believes the universities will thrive, despite the cuts.

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Ducey: Planned Uber sting left director Über-fired

During his speech to the RNC’s spring meeting at The Phoenician today, Ducey dropped a previously undisclosed bombshell: that he fired the interim Weights and Measures director Shawn Marquez because he was planning a pre-Super Bowl sting on Uber and Lyft with the aim of shutting the ride-sharing companies down.

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Reagan: CCEC making ‘brazen power grab’

Reagan lambasted the Clean Elections Commission in response to its proposed rule change aimed at cracking down on dark-money-funded “convenience corporations.” The secretary of state was acerbic in accusing the commission of overstepping its boundaries.

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We’ll have a gay old time

The latest results from a poll conducted earlier this month by Dem firm Public Policy Polling showed that Arizonans are largely nonchalant when it comes to the legalization of gay marriage.

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Just what every conservative wants

The AG opinion allowing county attorneys like Sheila Polk and Bill Montgomery to use public resources to educate the public about election topics is far too expansive and essentially licenses public officials to propagate “government propaganda,” said election attorney Kory Langhofer.

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Rep. Doubting Thomas remains skeptical

Several Republicans have told our reporter they’re not buying everything Gowan says about scaling back planned renovations in the House basement. “I don’t believe it. I think they’re waiting for the kerfuffle to die down,” one House Republican said.

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