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A walk down memory lane

Melvin’s postulation that, somewhere in Arizona’s 100-year history, someone came into the House and became speaker on his or her first day in the chamber got us thinking: Has it ever happened? An examination of our historical records shows that it, in fact, has happened once.

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Hard-ball politics

Lobbyist and consultant Chuck Coughlin said he reached out to Carmona after he and Brewer met with the then-surgeon general at his DC office in 2005, and it nearly caused major trouble for some of his clients when the Napolitano administration found out.

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Hope no one voted for him

Although Jones’ hopes of regaining his seat were dashed when the Court of Appeals ruled Mitchell was a qualified candidate, that didn’t stop Jones from running a write-in campaign while he was in limbo during the trial and appeal.

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Prime suspect

When Americans for Responsible Leadership dramatically increased the amount of money it has poured into political campaigns several weeks ago, local political observers began trying like mad to piece together where the money is coming from.

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Just like old times

Former Sen. Carolyn Allen told our reporter it’s no surprise that the Center for Arizona Policy joined the anti-Prop 121 campaign, considering the ramifications that the top-two primary would have for Cathi Herrod and company.

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Too long, didn’t read

Ducey takes center stage in the latest anti-Prop 204 TV ad, making a case against the initiative. In it, Ducey repeats oft-cited critiques of the sales tax extension, and emphasizes that Prop 204 is 15 pages long.

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Not on my watch

Biggs told our reporter yesterday that he is dead set against establishing a state-run health insurance exchange, a position that could have a significant impact on Arizona if he succeeds in becoming Senate president.

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