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Lawmakers brush off ‘bully tactics’

Americans for Prosperity yesterday sent an email to supporters calling on them to contact the four GOP senators who “failed to do the right thing” when they voted against anti-union legislation last week and urge them to support such legislation in the future.

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The ‘real’ Jan

Some in Arizona have often wondered whether the “real” Brewer is showing – less ideologue, pragmatic, conservative and compassionate – now that she is potentially staring at the end of her political career.

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New GOP name emerges in guv’s race

Most of the Republicans eyeing the 2014 governor’s race have been well known as potential candidates for a while, but at least one has flown completely under the radar until now, former GoDaddy general counsel and executive vice president Christine N. Jones.

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See you in court

Farnsworth took offense in House pub-mil-reg yesterday when a lobbyist for the Arizona Judges Association suggested that H2600 (judicial nominees, minimum requirements; records) would spawn a lawsuit because it is unconstitutional.

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Not cozy with anybody

DEQ Director Henry Darwin strongly rejected Sierra Club Director Sandy Bahr’s charge in yesterday’s report that the agency is carrying water for public utilities in suing the EPA over the regional haze issue.

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Runners, take your marks

The Cook Political Report earlier this month released its prognostications for Arizona’s 2014 US House races, taking a look at how the state’s “embarrassing national spectacle” of redistricting paved the way for a Dem majority House delegation.

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Bowing to the golden calf

When asked what the governor’s main pitch was, Gould – who chairs the Mohave GOP and participated in the meeting by phone – characterized her comments in his inimitable way. “Basically, that there’s a federal government and we need to bow to them,” he said.

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