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Horne settles, then disses settlement

The Clean Elections Commission’s investigation into Sarah Beattie’s allegations against Horne came to an end today as commissioners approved a settlement with the outgoing AG. Horne immediately kept his end of the bargain by paying a $10,000 fine.

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Prepare for a beer battle of uber proportions

There’s a battle brewing over microbreweries. For Arizona’s two largest craft beer brewing companies, business is booming. In fact, Four Peaks and San Tan brewing companies are producing so much beer that they’re pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a microbrewery.

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One House, 19 fiefdoms

Gowan announced committee chairmanships late Friday, creating a total of 19 committees, including six committees that are either new or hybrids of past committees. Not counting those who are in leadership, only two returning Republican representatives did not land committee chairmanships of their own.

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A rooftop ‘brawl’ over solar energy’s soul

The Corp Comm’s hearing yesterday (Nov. 13) into APS’s proposal to install solar rooftop panels brought about passionate defenses of the company’s pitch and the existing rooftop-solar industry, but also attacks and snide remarks. “This is a brawl,” one industry insider told our reporter yesterday (Nov. 13).

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If things were better, it would be worse

Some lawmakers are kicking around the possibility of delaying the implementation of the phased-in tax cuts that were part of the 2011 Arizona Competitiveness Package. But thanks to the sluggish economy, the fiscal impact of those cuts is smaller than JLBC anticipated when the bill was passed.

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From law-breaker to lawmaker

Democratic Rep-elect Ceci Velasquez may need to use her legislative privilege to stay out of jail, if the cops don’t find her before session begins. Florence Municipal Court records show that Velasquez has a warrant out for her arrest due to her failure to appear in court or pay fines associated with a string of traffic violations in 2010.

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But wouldn’t it be fun?

Douglas’ top campaign aide squashed a rumor that is gaining steam at the Capitol that Murphy is a shoo-in to land a spot on her staff since they served on the Peoria School Board together and are friends. Murphy gave our reporter a non-answer when asked if he aspired to work at the Dept of Education or if he’d been asked, saying it wouldn’t be appropriate to comment on a request that hasn’t been made of him.

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