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Freshmen Lawmakers Weigh In On Session (access required)

Arizona Capitol Times asked freshmen for views of their first session, and aside from the budget, to identify the best and worst bills that were passed. Here are their insights about their first term in office. There are 38 lawmakers ...

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Sen. Allen Gives Up On Jobless Benefits Bill (access required)

The Governor’s Office is hoping that factions that were fighting over new legislation to increase unemployment benefits can eventually come up with a compromise bill, a spokesman for the governor said June 19. “Hopefully, we’ll come up with a true ...

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Legislature Goes Home (access required)

The First Regular Session of the 46th Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die at 5:57 p.m. on June 19. It ran 158 days — the seventh longest regular session in state history. It considered 908 bills, the fewest in 10 years, ...

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County Hospital Taxing District Goes To Governor (access required)

Maricopa County voters will be hearing a lot about their county hospital between now and November when they will be asked to approve the establishment of a special countywide hospital district to stop financial bleeding at Maricopa County Medical Center. ...

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