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Pay me my money…in cash!

The winning lawyers in the K-12 inflation funding case want $290,067 for their efforts, asking for attorney fees for work on a previous lawsuit that never materialized, a previous losing effort at the state Supreme Court, and Superior Court proceedings.

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Three men and a lady, for now

Although the 2015 session is still a long way off, four Republicans are already vying for the speaker’s position. Farnsworth, Gowan, Mesnard and potentially Ugenti are all looking to succeed Tobin after the elections next year, and some have begun counting the votes it would take to put them there.

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Shortening the long con

Ugenti is diving into a complicated and contentious policy debate surrounding ambulance service. The interim House Ambulance Medical Service Transportation Study Committee, which Ugenti chairs, concluded its work last Friday, officially adopting 10 recommendations that are expected to become the backbone of the legislation that Ugenti will push next year.

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2014: The year of the wildcard?

As noted in Friday’s report, pundits agree that the wounds and scars left by the Medicaid expansion battle will help shape the tone of next year’s session, but a game-changer in terms of the working relationship between Brewer and the majority caucuses may be the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the expansion.

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Biggs: ‘Deliberate miscommunication’ from CPS

Biggs vigorously defended the legislative committee that oversees CPS following an insinuation this week by DES Director Clarence Carter that the Legislature and the governor are somehow to be blamed for failing to spot the crisis at CPS, since his agency’s semi-annual reports noted that cases had been uninvestigated.

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High court allows new contribution limits

The Arizona Supreme Court has overturned the injunction placed on Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit) by the appellate court. In a brief order following this morning’s oral arguments, the court vacated the Court of Appeals opinion and lifted the preliminary injunction.

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