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Goddard upset after drop house misunderstanding

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office arrested 24 suspected illegal immigrants at a central Phoenix drop house, but one deputy had Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard on the defensive when he unknowingly parked across the street from the official's home. Goddard ...

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Medical reform measure returns – with changes

An effort to resurrect a ballot measure designed to protect the rights of patients from government control began May 26 in the House Health and Human Services Committee. HCR2014, sponsored by Rep. Nancy Barto, a Republican from Phoenix, would refer ...

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Panels approve voucher legislation in special session

House and Senate panels have approved legislation that would create tax credits for people and businesses that donate money to provide private-school scholarships to foster kids and handicapped students. The bills, which are being fast-tracked in a special legislative session ...

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Pullen builds a national name

Randy Pullen likes Arizona more than he likes Washington, D.C. But for about a week every month, Pullen heads to Washington to spend time at the Republican National Committee, where the Arizona GOP chief serves as national treasurer.His tenure — ...

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