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Training the spotlight on Fair Trust

After Friday’s revelation by ProPublica that consultant Sean Noble’s Center to Protect Patient Rights gave $150,000 to the GOP redistricting group FAIR Trust in 2012, a source familiar with the organization’s activities shed some light on its financing and spending.

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Finally, a part of the veil is lifted

An article today by the non-profit investigative journalism website ProPublica focuses on how GOP consultant Sean Noble rose to prominence in the network of Koch-funded dark money organizations, and has at least partially answered a question that Arizona politicos have been asking for more than two years: Who was financing FAIR Trust?

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Much ado about nothing

Despite the handwringing from public school advocates over Huppenthal’s well-reported pitch encouraging families to take advantage of the Empowerment Scholarship Account, the program that gives parents tax dollars to send their kids to private schools, has so far only attracted a small number of students.

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Horne takes the stand, defends himself

Horne today took the stand and vigorously defended himself from the charge that he had illegally coordinated with an IE group that targeted his Dem opponent in 2010. Horne said the distinction between coordinating an ad and coordinating fundraising is important, as the law says nothing about contributions.

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Keep dreamin’

Kwasman appeared on “Sunday Square Off” yesterday to talk about his bill to repeal Medicaid expansion, and he was in full campaign mode, taking every opportunity to criticize Tobin.

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Brewer orders background checks for state workers

An executive order issued Wednesday by Brewer instructs DOA, the Lottery, PSPRS, ASRS, and Dept of Financial Institutions to conduct criminal background checks, credit checks and a verification of qualifications for all applicants and current employees who would have access to sensitive confidential, personal or financial information.

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