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Empty your wallets and welcome to hell week (access required)

By our tally, there are 27 fundraisers in this year’s “Hell Week,” as legislators scramble to refill their campaign coffers before the session begins and they are prohibited from accepting contributions from lobbyists. (By way of comparison, there were 34 ...

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I hope you saved that cowboy hat (access required)

The big question, of course, is whether Tobin will also run for the Corp Comm now that he’s joining the regulatory agency. Prior to his appointment, speculation ran rampant about who and what kind of appointee should the governor send ...

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Hello, it’s me again (access required)

Tobin has already solidified his reputation as Ducey’s go-to guy for running agencies. Now he can add one more title to his fast-growing list of government positions: energy regulator. To read more on this item plus all the stories in ...

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Kern’s Merry Christmas gift to GOTV groups (access required)

Kern is reviving the “ballot harvesting” ban with his pre-filed H2010 (collection; voted early ballots; limitation), which seeks to outlaw the practice of “ballot harvesting.” The practice was pioneered by Latino get-out-the-vote groups that are seeking to engage low-efficacy voters ...

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Biggs is never convinced (access required)

With the “death of the JTEDs” looming, education advocates and their allies at the Capitol are scrambling to undo a $30 million cut to the career and technical education program. They hope to accomplish the task perhaps as early as ...

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Two’s company? (access required)

Prop 123 may not be the only thing on the ballot for the May 17 special election. There’s a push from within the Legislature to put a major PSPRS reform proposal on the ballot, as well, according to a source ...

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