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Reagan’s response: Don’t blame us (access required)

In a report summarizing its internal investigation into how 200,000 publicity pamphlets for the May 17 special election were mailed weeks late, Reagan’s office said the problem was caused by faulty information provided by IBM, which had been the vendor ...

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Also, your doughnut is in the mail (access required)

Barto’s amendment to a Ducey-backed bill might have come back to bite her after one of her bills reached the governor’s desk. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the May 24 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow ...

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Does the coalition have an expiration date? (access required)

In pushing Prop 123, Ducey cobbled together a diverse coalition of business interests, education advocates, and policymakers from all sides of the political spectrum. But will the coalition last, now that the reason for its convergence has been successful? To ...

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Oh, boy

As the Capitol Times reported yesterday, Gowan has pulled the plug on a planned “civil rights conference” on the House floor that would have been hosted by anti-illegal immigration activists with some radical views on who deserves the credit for African Americans’ fight for freedom and civil rights.

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The cure is worse than the disease (access required)

Brnovich said while it’s clear that Reagan’s office violated the law requiring publicity pamphlets to reach voters before they get early ballots, delaying next week’s special election and invalidating the hundreds of thousands of votes already cast would be far ...

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