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It’s not all bad

In a statement that seems consistent with a Republican source’s predictions from yesterday, Schweikert told our reporter via email that he disagrees with the citizenship component of the bipartisan US Senate immigration reform plan.

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Proceeding with caution

While some local Republicans expectedly came out against the immigration reform proposal that Flake and McCain unveiled yesterday, several have expressed support or at least showed a measure of caution about jumping straight to opposition.

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Resistance is futile

There may be a more practical reason for election-minded Republicans like Querard to band together to resist the temptation to seek a full repeal of the medical marijuana program and instead focus on eliminating the extralegal clubs: Trying to repeal the matter is a political loser.

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Coincidences abound

Former Clean Elections Commissioner Lori Daniels told our reporter today that her decision to resign her seat on the commission roughly three weeks before it was set to end didn’t come at the request of the governor’s office or one of her allies.

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Another storm is brewing

The Capitol is bracing for what looks like another battle on the union front following the introduction of two bills – one in the House and the other in the Senate – to prohibit automatic paycheck deductions for union dues. ...

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It’s a trap!

Though it is being praised by the business and health care communities, Brewer’s decision to push for a full expansion of AHCCCS to comply with the Affordable Care Act continues to be derided in conservative media circles.

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Greetings from the welfare state

The editors of National Review yesterday took Brewer to task for her AHCCCS expansion proposal, saying she exemplifies “that unfortunately common strain of Republican leadership that is uncompromising in rhetoric but opportunistic in reality.”

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Using good for ill… twice

A federal prosecutor is trying to convince US District Court Judge Frank Martone that Arredondo’s history of charitable deeds and community service is not worthy of leniency during his Jan. 23 sentencing for his guilty pleas to counts of honest services mail fraud and mail fraud.

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