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Who, exactly, will speak for Arizona?

A turf war is brewing among policymakers even before Arizona has officially responded to the EPA’s proposed carbon rule. Corp commissioners met yesterday to discuss potential legislation to allow DEQ to draft a state compliance plan.

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Don’t call us poor, we’re average!

Arizona Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Glenn Hamer took exception to Douglas’ characterization of Arizona public schools as “poor” in her State of Education speech this week, calling it “disturbing” and “irresponsible.”

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The meaning of shrewd

Many have criticized Ducey for presuming in his first budget plan that the state does not have to pay schools inflation funding while promising a structurally balanced budget by FY17. But a longtime Capitol observer said the governor’s strategy is politically shrewd – and completely understandable.

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If only it’s that simple

A cursory look at the spending priorities of school districts and charters adds interesting context to the debate on Ducey’s Classrooms First Initiative, a proposal to put more money into the classrooms.

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