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What if driving high no longer means a DUI? (access required)

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and public defenders are at odds over what effect Prop 205 will have on DUI prosecutions. Montgomery, who actively opposes the initiative to legalize marijuana for recreational use, said the initiative includes language that would ...

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Ducey’s IE launches legislative TV ads (access required)

Arizonans for Strong Leadership, Ducey’s IE committee, launched cable TV ads on Friday in the LD8, LD18 and LD28 Senate races. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Sept. 26 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet ...

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Rob Haney: Better Ann than John

The way he puts it, Rob Haney is prepared to betray his party in order to save it – from McCain. One of McCain’s fiercest Republican critics is now saying he would rather see Kirkpatrick represent Arizona in the US Senate than endure six more years of the incumbent.

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Poll: Trump/Clinton within margin, McCain cruising

The latest poll of Arizona voters finds Trump with a narrow lead (within the margin of error) and McCain poised for a large victory. The survey released today by Insights West, a Canadian public opinion polling firm, shows Trump leading Clinton 37 percent to 33 percent among likely voters, with 19 percent undecided.

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Biggs prevails in CD5 recount (access required)

Minutes before our deadline, CD5 recount results were announced: Biggs has defeated Jones by 27 votes. His margin of victory actually expanded by 11 votes during the recount. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the ...

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Arizona loses an icon (access required)

The Republic today broke the news that former Gov. Rose Mofford died this morning at the age of 94. Mofford’s close friend Karen Scates said the governor had been in hospice following an Aug. 31 fall at her home. To read ...

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