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Pullen builds a national name (access required)

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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Quelland says he's 'done with taking it' (access required)

Rep. Doug Quelland vowed Monday that he's "done nothing wrong" and will aggressively fight an Arizona commission's order that he be removed from office for campaign finance violations. The Phoenix Republican told The Associated Press that he plans an administrative ...

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Tucson Citizen won't resume publication (access required)

TUCSON – The Tucson Citizen won't be forced to resume publication. A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the Arizona Attorney General's Office failed to show that the Citizen's owner, Gannett Co., violated antitrust laws. The state has contended that closing ...

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Supreme Court upholds redistricting (access required)

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled the state's Independent Redistricting Commission acted properly in crafting legislative district boundaries that have been in use since 2002. A challenge had been brought in March 2002 by a coalition of advocacy groups and ...

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