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It’s a small world

With Scott Rhodes stepping down as independent investigator of Andrew Thomas, the Arizona Supreme Court could have a hard time finding a suitable alternative. "You got me on who they could replace Scott Rhodes with because the lawyer world is smaller than people think," said Denise Quinterri, a former Bar attorney who said she'd love to take up the case if she wasn't conflicted for a reason she said she could not disclose.

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Fed RICO case against board, judges dropped

Andrew Thomas and Joe Arpaio dropped their federal racketing case against the Board of Supervisors this morning (March 11). In a very brief filing with the U.S. District Court, they said they dismissed the case without prejudice because the Department of Justice's Public Integrity Section agreed to review the charges against the board and other county officials and judges.

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Top Dem: Ignore Hayworth at your own risk

The primary campaign explanation to the McCain/Kyl statement was also backed by Democrat consultant Bob Grossfeld, who said John McCain acted to keep from being "boxed in" by J.D. Hayworth. "This had nothing to do with the governor, who is collateral damage, but everything to do with Hayworth," he said.

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Martin sounds off on allegations

The Dean Martin campaign finally responded today to claims that he bragged about hiding treasury deposits from former Gov. Janet Napolitano, calling fellow gubernatorial candidate Steve Slaton's allegations "fabricated and false."

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Waring fires first… at Gordon

In the middle of a crowded Republican primary, Jim Waring's campaign went on the offensive against Democratic Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon. Waring, in an emailed request for contributions, noted he led the GOP field by a mile in a recent poll, but omitted his campaign conducted the survey and that ‘undecideds' were not included in the results.

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Teachers’ Union backs Prop. 100

AEA President John Wright said the association has pledged its support to the "Yes on 100" campaign. The teachers union had wavered between hostility and hesitancy on the tax hike, which Brewer has touted as necessary to preserve K-12 funding.

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