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Get your own lawsuit

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Mark Brain today rejected the Goldwater Institute’s request to intervene on behalf of LD16 House candidate Thomas Grier, S Pierce and Southern Arizona Conservative PAC, in the defense of Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit).

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Corp Comm abandons dereg exploration

In a surprise move, the Corp Comm this afternoon voted to close the electric deregulation docket, though it left open the possibility of opening other dockets to look into technological innovations in delivering electricity.

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Thanks for nothing

URAPC leader Christine Bauserman told The Associated Press yesterday that the anti-Medicaid referendum had collected only 81,000 signatures and isn’t likely to submit its petitions, all but sealing the fate of the attempted “people’s veto” against Brewer’s AHCCCS expansion.

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How many angels can stand on a deregulated pin?

At B Burns’ first stakeholder meeting to discuss electric deregulation on Friday, Michael Grant, who represents the anti-deregulation Arizona Investment Council, and the Goldwater Institute’s Nick Dranias agreed to a few broad principles, but mostly clashed over the meaning of Phelps Dodge v. Arizona Electric Power, thecourt ruling that struck down key elements of the Corp Comm’s previous electric competition rules.

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AZ GOP is upset over Clingman’s endorsement claim

LD16 GOP Chairman Jerry Clingman yesterday emailed a flier to district PCs urging them to select him, John Fillmore and Townsend at tomorrow’s meeting to nominate replacements for Crandall because the slate “has the approval of the AZ GOP, Maricopa County GOP and Pinal County leadership.”

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Better late than never?

URAPC got a late cash infusion on Friday when the Tea Party Patriots, which touts itself as the largest tea party group in the country, contributed $20,000 to the referendum drive against Medicaid expansion.

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Shooter escapes ethics wringer

Two Senate Dems told our reporter they won’t seek an ethics hearing into Shooter’s actions at a Yuma charter school in March, an incident that resulted in the Republican lawmaker reaching a settlement to have three misdemeanor charges dismissed.

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