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IRC getting gun-shy on special action? (access required)

The IRC’s deadline for filing a special action with the AZ Supreme Court over its FY12 funding keeps getting pushed back, and Executive Director Ray Bladine told our reporter today that the commission may not run out of money on Friday, as he previously estimated.

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All quiet on the CD9 Republican front

When Quayle cleared out of the CD9 race and opted instead to seek re-election in CD6, many observers thought the Republican field in the new urban district would fill out quickly, as potential GOP candidates had largely stayed on the sidelines until that point.

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You’ve got tea in my Republican Party

A March mailer from the Arizona Republican Party appears to have widened a political rift among factions of county precinct committeemen and may have run afoul of federal rules that offer lower mailing rates for non-profit political entities.

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Miranda: Charges of wire fraud, tax evasion

R Miranda will appear before federal Judge Roslyn Silver Wednesday. The court docket shows he’ll have an initial appearance, arraignment and change of plea on charges of wire fraud and tax evasion. “Such proceedings are typically scheduled for plea agreements arranged in cases before criminal charges are filed,” Associated Press reporter Paul Davenport wrote Friday.

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Rumors: Miranda headed to prison

Rumors are swirling that R Miranda has struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors and will turn himself in for crimes related to his position as the executive director of the defunct non-profit Centro Adelante Campesino.

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Enough cash for twelve seconds of legal advice

Yesterday’s Senate approps hearing on S1533 (IRC; supplemental appropriation) saw Republicans vote to give the IRC extra funding for FY12 – but only $1 as a placeholder amount – while Democrats voted against the measure because the amount wasn’t large enough.

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An unorthodox way of winning CD4 Republican votes

In the first interview he has given to an LGBT media outlet since publicly announcing he is gay, Babeu told the Washington Blade newspaper this week that he will support a variety of pro-gay measures in Congress that will no doubt set him at odds with conservative Republican voters.

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