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Make ready, take aim, (mis)fire!

Frank Riggs took aim at Ducey today, criticizing his GOP rival for comments he purportedly made at last week’s candidate forum hosted by the Home Builders Assn of Central Arizona regarding the prime contracting formula in Arizona’s transaction privilege tax ...

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Lawsuit potential? Check.

At the center of the budget fight at the Capitol is a proposal to prohibit K-12 districts from converting more schools into charters. Some lawmakers see this as “double dipping,” since the districts are accessing both the property tax base afforded to school districts, while receiving roughly $1,000 more per pupil in state aid for the students at the charter schools.

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The world according to Frank

Rather than blame the House leadership for failing to corral the votes last night, the grassroots group led by former legislator Frank Antenori and tea party activist Christine Bauserman launched a new attack on several members of the pro-Medicaid expansion coalition today over their opposition to the Senate budget.

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Poised for relevance

The Arizona Republican Party in February posted six figures in federal campaign fundraising, the second consecutive month it has done so, while the Arizona Democratic Party barely cracked $50,000 for the month and owes debts totaling more than five times what it has on hand.

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Why a free market group is for a tax increase

Scott Mussi, executive director of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, insisted to our reporter this afternoon that the issue of solar taxation is inseparable from the conversation on tax credits and incentives that rooftop solar companies have been getting, and that’s why his group is against Reagan’s striker to H2407.

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Jungle primary is back

The coalition that put Prop 121 on the ballot two years ago isn’t giving up on its dream of creating a “top-two” primary system in Arizona, despite the drubbing the proposal suffered in the last election.

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A theory is an unproven proposition

Following Bennett’s media briefing today to discuss independent voter registration, Republic columnist Laurie Roberts asked him how the numbers would affect the way he positions himself in the GOP gubernatorial primary and wondered whether the secretary of state would be unable to get to the right of Ducey.

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