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Is a pattern emerging here?

The $186,000 in spending by the Free Enterprise Club on the secretary of state and Corp Comm races has led to rampant speculation about the group’s source of funds – particularly since it only spent roughly $90,000 in the previous two election cycles combined.

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Seel struggles while Townsend stumbles

Medicaid expansion opponents Seel and Townsend are the only incumbents who are seeking Clean Elections money but have yet to qualify for funding. Townsend, who claims Seel as her political mentor, initially filed to run traditional, but changed to public financing after struggling to raise money.

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Solar firms ask court to invalidate new tax

Failing to persuade lawmakers and the governor to embrace their position, two major solar firms have taken their fight to the Arizona Tax Court. They are asking the court to invalidate the Dept of Revenue’s conclusion that leased solar panels should be taxed in the same way that large-scale solar facilities owned by the utilities are assessed for valuation.

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Marching to the beat of a different drummer

Riggs worked hard to differentiate himself from the GOP field this morning at a governor’s forum held at the Arizona Assn of Counties’ annual meeting, staking out contrary positions on child safety, infrastructure spending, border security, Huppenthal’s plight, tax reform and selection of judges.

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Riding to the rescue

Former Brewer general counsel Joe Kanefield is now representing a coalition of bipartisan legislators, business groups and a former governor in an amicus brief filed today with the Supreme Court urging the justices to overturn the appellate court ruling that allowed 36 Republican legislators to challenge Medicaid expansion.

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