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House OKs foreclosure right for tenants (access required)

Arizona renters could soon have a new right to advance notice involving foreclosures of single-family homes. A bill approved by the House and sent to the Senate June 11 would require that a notice of a sale be mailed to the property ...

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Bill would punish lobbyists who lie (access required)

State legislators still want to punish lobbyists who lie. The Senate Government Committee on June 11 unanimously voted to impose stiff penalties on registered lobbyists who knowingly provide false information to lawmakers and other public officials. Similar bills didn't get ...

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Bill would halt new state rules (access required)

State senators are moving to generally prohibit state agencies from adopting new regulatory rules for a year, a step that would extend a temporary moratorium imposed by Gov. Jan Brewer. The Senate Government Committee's partyline vote Thursday sends the bill ...

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Gov. proposes cuts for Prescott museum (access required)

Gov. Jan Brewer has proposed eliminating funding for the Prescott Historical Society and its Sharlot Hall Museum. The 2010 budget proposes a phase out of state money over the next five years. About 20 percent of funding would be cut ...

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Spring training bill for Tucson is alive (access required)

TUCSON – A Cochise County lawmaker has stepped up to the plate to help revive a tax intended to keep spring training in Pima County. Rep. David Stevens, R-Sierra Vista, said he's been assured the measure will now be given ...

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Burns says there's no budget deal (access required)

Senate President Bob Burns provided a statement to the media late June 10 to clarify that legislative leaders have not reached a final budget agreement with the governor. "There is no current budget deal. Discussions and negotiations continue," Burns stated in ...

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