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Pink elephants just perfectly blend in (access required)

A source in the water policy arena told our reporter that the governor’s office invited roughly a dozen lobbyists to the Eighth Floor a few weeks ago to talk about the governor’s water agenda in the upcoming legislative session. To ...

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Democracy costs money (access required)

In the secretary of state’s budget request, the agency says its current voter registration system, which is more than 10 years old, is outdated and can’t keep up with voters’ needs and cybersecurity concerns. To read more on this item ...

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It’s the race to watch for 2018 (access required)

Though expected, Sinema’s candidacy for US Senate sent shockwaves through the state’s political scene, and sets up not only Arizona’s marquee race of 2018, but possibly one of the biggest races in the country. To read more on this item ...

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That’s what years of sweeps gets you (access required)

Arizona state employees will pay higher premiums and copays for insurance beginning January 1, and some state lawmakers say that funding sweeps by the Legislature are to blame. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the ...

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The fine art of agency budget requests (access required)

Agencies have sent their annual budget requests to OSPB, hoping Ducey will greenlight their ideas. But the requests for money routinely outpace available funds, and many will ultimately not be granted. To read more on this item plus all the ...

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JLBC puts a damper on Ducey’s week (access required)

JLBC’s analysis of the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan projects that Arizona would lose nearly $10.4 billion in health care funding from 2020-26 if the bill passes, an outcome that now seems unlikely after McCain voiced his concrete opposition to the ...

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