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Disaster (partially) avoided

The triple whammy that Arizona’s health care industry faced with the passage of the FY16 budget – a 5-percent AHCCCS provider cut, the lawsuit against Medicaid expansion and the looming US Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell – has been reduced to a possible double whammy after AHCCCS and the Ninth Floor decided not to press ahead with the proposed provider cuts.

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Reagan seeking to modernize state laws

Reagan is planning a series of policy discussions to help hash out a 2016 legislative agenda that will include major overhauls in three key areas: the secretary of state’s election procedures manual, which governs all elections in the state; election laws, with an emphasis on campaign finance issues; and lobbyist registration and disclosure laws.

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Why sit on our assets?

Ducey today (June 4) unveiled his proposal to provide more funding for K-12 education by increasing the amount of money that schools receive from the state’s Permanent Land Endowment Trust Fund, which contains the proceeds from the sale of state trust land.

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Corp. Comm: We’ve done all we can do

The Corp Comm is in no mood to furnish the DC-based Checks and Balances Project with additional information about Stump’s text messages. The group has been digging into Stump’s email and text communications to prove its point that Arizona’s energy commissioners have been lost to “regulatory capture,” the idea that regulators act more as consultants of the industries that they oversee than as objective overseers.

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