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Voters might have last word in Clean Elections (access required)

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted June 15 to advance a measure that would allow voters to decide the fate of Arizona's system of publicly funded campaigns known as Clean Elections. SCR1025 would amend the state Constitution to ban the public ...

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Plan to get drunks at drive-thrus falls flat (access required)

TUCSON – A plan by the Pima County Sheriff's Department that would have stationed deputies at fast-food joints to sniff out drunken drivers appears to have fallen flat. The department had hoped to target drunken driving by putting undercover deputies ...

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Med-mal reform bill to hit committee tomorrow (access required)

Members of the Senate Healthcare and Medical Liability Reform Committee will consider a bill on June 17 that would make it more difficult for patients to sue emergency room physicians for negligence. The measure, S1018, raises the bar of proof ...

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Transcript of memo calling for contingency plan (access required)

Following is a transcript of the memorandum from Department of Administration Director William Bell, explaining to department heads and state boards and commissions the steps that need to be taken if there is no budget in place by this year's fiscal ...

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