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Brewer announces staff appointments (access required)

Secretary of State Jan Brewer, who is slated to become governor when Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano joins Barack Obama’s Cabinet in Washington, announced two more additions to her gubernatorial staff on Dec. 23.Brewer, a Republican, chose Maricopa County Chief Financial ...

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Guv’s meet-and-confer order stirs anti-union pot (access required)

Vu Nguyen, a Service Employees International Union organizer, hands a flyer to ADEQ employee Warren Mason (right). The executive order giving state workers the ability to unionize and regularly meet with state agency leaders seemed to catch many people — ...

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PR firm changes name, adds partners (access required)

Hamilton, Gullett, Davis & Roman, a prominent Arizona strategic communications and public affairs firm, is changing its name to reflect a reorganization and expansion of the six-year-old firm.The new name is FirstStrategic, Communications & Public Affairs. This name was chosen ...

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Former Page school chief pleads guilty to theft (access required)

Former Page Unified School District Superintendent Greg Conway, 57, of Mesa, pleaded guilty Dec. 17 to theft and agreed to pay $85,000 in restitution, Attorney General Terry Goddard announced.   Conway pleaded guilty to one count of theft, a Class 3 ...

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Clean Elections to probe Quelland campaign spending (access required)

Attorney Lee Miller, representing state Rep.-elect Doug Quelland, argues against an investigation into whether his client violated the Clean Elections law. The Clean Elections commission voted to investigate the allegations. Quelland did not attend the meeting. Troubled by conflicting claims ...

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Brewer: tax hikes not off the table (access required)

As the transition from Janet Napolitano’s administration to Jan Brewer’s officially began, the secretary of state appeared to take some parting shots at the outgoing governor’s policies, saying the course of action the state has taken to deal with its ...

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