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So the plan is to create more uninvestigated cases?

DES Director Clarence Carter sent an email to all lawmakers on Friday evening to refute an earlier claim by Campbell alleging that CPS supervisors had ordered workers to “set aside all incoming reports” in order to expedite the processing of the roughly 6,500 uninvestigated cases.

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Down the rabbit hole

Public interest attorney Tim Hogan filed an amicus brief arguing that the Legislature’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Independent Redistricting Commission’s authority to draw congressional maps violates the Voter Protection Act.

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CPS oversight panel hears from the trenches

Most of the social workers, former CPS caseworkers, foster parents and non-profit heads who spoke at last night’s CPS community forum said more money is the solution to what ails CPS and its sister agencies, and many thought it should go towards child abuse prevention.

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CPS funding request still unclear

DES’s requested budget increase for CPS, as well as any potential legislative fixes will largely depend on the findings of the investigations being conducted by CARE and DPS, Brewer Chief of Staff Scott Smith said.

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The next battlefront in AZ’s gun debate?

The pro-gun restriction PACs Americans for Responsible Solutions, which Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly, created, and Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, appear to be testing the waters for a potential gun initiative in 2014.

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Source: Anti-Horne group settles lawsuit

The Arizona Public Integrity Alliance has reportedly settled with Horne following the lawsuit he filed against the non-profit a week ago over a television ad that focuses on his alleged campaign finance violations.

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