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Stay thristy, my friends

DuVal had some fun with the Arizona Republican Party and Graham today, responding to the party’s decree that he is the “most uninteresting man in the world” with some cerveza-based humor of his own.

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As competition looms, APS pauses

The Corp Comm’s decision to open up a discussion about the feasibility of deregulating Arizona’s electric service led APS, which co-owns and operates the Four Corners Power Plant, to temporarily halt pursuing its investment plans for the coal-fired generating station.

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Now you see it, now you don’t

The Arizona Republican Party yesterday took another dig at DuVal, criticizing the Dems for being averse to primary contests and for ignoring what the GOP characterized as “insensitive” advice from a party leader on what kinds of candidates should be recruited.

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Is the Goldwater Institute in or out?

URAPC chairwoman Christine Bauserman wouldn’t tell our reporter yesterday who the group’s lawyers are, but she mentioned that the Goldwater Institute is considering defending them should the referendum be challenged in court.

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Thinking of you, xoxoxo

On Tuesday, Restoring Arizona attorney Kory Langhofer sent a letter to Bennett outlining a variety of reasons why he believes the URAPC Medicaid expansion referendum fails to follow the law, and thus will be barred from the 2014 ballot by the courts if its proponents gather the needed signatures.

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