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Get your pens and clipboards ready (access required)

Now that Ducey has signed Laws 2017, Chapter 151 (H2244: initiative petitions; standard of review), citizen referendum against that and another law aimed at cracking down on the citizen initiative process is set to begin as early as next week, ...

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A bumpy start to the campaign (access required)

The first Democratic challenger to officially file to run against McSally spent the opening day of his campaign fending off accusations that he’s actually a Republican, though through no fault of his own. To read more on this item plus ...

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Tilting away from the center (access required)

While statewide Dem candidates often do their best to tack to the center, gubernatorial hopeful David Garcia is striking a decidedly more progressive tone, most notably in his support for raising taxes to fund education. To read more on this ...

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Ducey made me do it (access required)

Democrat David Garcia made it clear at his Wednesday evening rally announcing his candidacy for governor that his campaign is basically all about education. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the April 13 Yellow Sheet Report, ...

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Voucher referendum in the works (access required)

Out-of-state education and Democratic groups are planning a citizen referendum on S1431 (empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in), according to a source knowledgeable about the plans. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the April 12 Yellow Sheet Report, ...

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A conversation for another time (access required)

Ducey today said lifting the cap on the newly expanded ESA program is “not even a consideration” at this time. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the April 11 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription ...

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Dem primaries are like unicorn sightings (access required)

The news that David Garcia may run for governor, reported on Friday by 12 News’ Brahm Resnik, combined with Farley’s likely entry into the race, means that Arizona Democrats are looking at a truly rare event: a contested gubernatorial primary. ...

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For Ducey, all the nation’s a stage (access required)

National conservative figures heaped praise on Ducey for his role in pushing S1431 (empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in) through, boosting the profile of a governor whom many view as a politician who’s looking for a bigger spot on the national stage. ...

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Trading Places, LD23 edition (access required)

Kavanagh and Ugenti-Rita, who is termed out of the House next year, are looking to switch seats in 2018, though former Rep. Adam Kwasman may jump into the Senate side of the race, blocking what otherwise would be an open ...

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