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Senate ready to move on unemployment, health care bills (access required)

The Senate suspended rules April 20 to consider amending two bills to ensure that Arizona collects federal stimulus money for Medicaid programs and for extended unemployment benefits. Today, the Senate Commerce and Economic Development Committee is scheduled to hear strike-everything amendments ...

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Minuteman founder Simcox to run against McCain (access required)

Chris Simcox, founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, has his sights set on John McCain’s Senate seat. - UPDATE - Arizona Republicans react to Simcox's bid against McCain at http://www.azcapitoltimes.com/freestory.cfm?ID=11006  Sen. John McCain will face a challenge from the right in ...

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Court weighs state's duty to English learners (access required)

The Supreme Court seemed to divide into liberal and conservatives camps Monday during arguments in a case that could limit the power of federal courts to tell states to spend more money to educate students who aren't proficient in English. ...

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No budget vote this week after all (access required)

The Senate Appropriations Committee is not planning to vote on budget legislation on April 23, even though a hearing on such legislation was posted on the agenda last week. "We are not going to be able to make the Thursday ...

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