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Miles ahead of the competition (access required)

Flanked by a handful of law enforcement officers from the Arizona Police Assn at Wesley Bolin Plaza, Gowan today received the group’s endorsement of his bid in CD1. The presser, however, was sparsely attended: Our reporter was the only attendee, ...

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The Noble ties that bind (access required)

Consultant Sean Noble is widely presumed to be the man behind the curtain for the deluge of dark money spending that backed Ducey in 2014, and the 2014 tax filing from American Encore, his 501(c)(4) nonprofit, goes a long way ...

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Translation: A lawsuit is coming

After his earlier pleas fell on deaf ears, Burns today issued a demand to APS: Turn over your books. Citing his authority under ARS 40-241 to inspect the records of public service corporations, Burns told APS to make its accounts, books, papers and other documents, and the individuals who can answer the questions about those records, available for an inquiry that he is launching.

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In Paul’s own words

ABC15 is claiming that, despite Paul Babeu’s protestations four years ago during his first congressional bid, the sheriff knew about the widespread physical and sexual abuse of students in an unlicensed Massachusetts boarding school he used to run before he moved to Arizona.

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Ducey is open to suggestions on JTED funding

As consensus quickly builds at the Capitol to restore funding for JTEDs, the governor’s proposal to create a $30 million, three-year competitive grant program looks more and more isolated. Shooter’s S1258 (JTED funding reductions; repeal), for example, has attracted 71 ...

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Maybe he drove around the Loop 101 38 times

A handful of House lawmakers and staff kept on trucking in state vehicles through the end of the year, according to records from the Dept of Administration. As the Capitol Times reported earlier this month, a small number of lawmakers and staffers had driven more than 25,000 miles in state vehicles, some of which were for reasons that violate state rules and laws governing fleet vehicle use.

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