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Prospects dicey for leftover legislation (access required)

Floor action in the Senate during the past week confirms what many have been saying – that the prospects of passing any more major legislation, such as a proposal to amend the state Constitution to ban gay marriage, have plummeted ...

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McCain seeks bigger base, woos Clinton backers (access required)

Since Hillary Clinton's exit from the presidential contest earlier this month, nobody has had higher praise for her than Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain. That should come as no surprise: It is looking increasingly likely that McCain will need a significant ...

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Legislators take another look at vets home (access required)

Arizona legislators are taking another look at the state nursing home for military veterans, with a committee chairman expressing frustration about hearing new complaints about substandard care. Republican Rep. John Nelson of Litchfield Park says his committee's hearing is intended ...

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Lawmakers consider state stimulus package (access required)

As the Legislature tries to wrap up its work by the end of the month, lawmakers will consider a last-minute deal that's being touted as a way to generate jobs immediately and boost the slumping economy without requiring much money ...

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Lawmakers send CPS reform bills to governor (access required)

Open to the public * As First Amendment attorney David Bodney (left) looks on, reps. Johathan Paton (center) and Kirk Adams talk to reporters about bills they sponsored to open the records of Child Protective Services. The House passed the ...

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Lawmakers brace for state government shutdown (access required)

Senior Republican lawmakers said they are nearing a compromise with Democrats on a budget that would bridge what is being called the largest deficit by percentage in the nation. Other legislators, however, are planning for the worst-case scenario of a ...

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State court overturns AZ law on expert witnesses (access required)

An Arizona appellate court ruling says a state law on medical malpractice lawsuits is unconstitutional. At issue is a law that sets qualifications required for expert witnesses in medical malpractice cases. A three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals ...

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