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RUCO chief: Cost shift resolution shouldn’t wait

In a clear break from his predecessor, RUCO Director David Tenney suggested that the Corp Comm immediately tackle the issue of “cost shift” associated with rooftop solar instead of waiting to handle it in a rate case, which takes a comprehensive look at issues in a judicial setting before deciding to raise utility rates.

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Senate President Lesko?

The career path for Lesko does not necessarily lead to the Corp Comm – at least not immediately, a Capitol railbird told our reporter yesterday. The source said there is a very short list of senators who can succeed Biggs as Senate President, and Lesko sits atop it.

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Kicking the can four weeks down the road

The final vote on the Clean Elections Commission’s proposed independent expenditure reporting rule will wait until Aug. 20, as the commission today agreed to recirculate the proposal for additional public comment due to changes it made at the recommendation of former Commissioner Louis Hoffman.

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Maybe tomorrow, maybe not

The Clean Elections Commission could vote on the new, amended version of its proposed IE disclosure rule when it meets tomorrow, but it could also opt to recirculate the rule for additional public comment and delay the vote until its Aug. 20 meeting.

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Write down your crime and fess up

Ducey today became the latest high-profile Republican to take action in the wake of last week’s controversial Planned Parenthood video, ordering DHS to review existing laws and “promulgate emergency rules designed to prohibit the illegal sale of any tissue from an unborn child.”

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OSPB chief insists Ducey’s land trust plan is sound

The Ninth Floor today issued a memo to lawmakers in response to DeWit’s criticism of his plan to boost K-12 funding through increased payouts from the state land trust. The memo, written by OSPB Director Lorenzo Romero, didn’t directly refer to DeWit or his email to lawmakers, but it did address several of the issues the treasurer raised.

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The doc versus the maverick (access required)

Ward made it official today, announcing her primary challenge to McCain on her campaign website. “In Washington, I’ll fight for low taxes, smaller government, a strong defense and policies that empower families and reward personal responsibility.

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