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What could be worse than the US-Iranian relations?

A Capitol source told our reporter this morning that the Ninth Floor and AHCCCS wouldn’t talk or respond to inquiries from the anti-expansion legislators who have challenged the constitutionality of the hospital assessment that will fund Medicaid expansion starting next year.

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With friends like these…

GOP consultant Alan Heywood today went public with a campaign aimed at persuading Bennett to run for Corp Comm instead of governor, but Bennett said there’s no chance that will happen, and he’s committed to a gubernatorial bid.

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Fire up the rumor mill

Tobin and Robson met this afternoon in what one source characterized as an “airing of laundry” following Robson’s role in the special session and a continued drumbeat from caucus members that he and others must be punished.

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‘Health care heroes’ rake it in

Friday’s fundraiser for the GOP lawmakers who supported Medicaid expansion raked in at least $325,000 and is expected to hit the $350,000 mark once all the checks are counted, according to sources familiar with the event.

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The supersized PACs are coming

The Arizona Chamber of Commerce hosted a workshop this morning laying out the new campaign finance ground rules from Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit) and Laws 2013, Chapter 254 (S1454: elections; campaign finance; HOAs).

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Poll: Don’t bother targeting Pierce

Republican political consulting firm IWS says a poll it conducted last week in LD1 shows high-propensity GOP primary voters give S Pierce high marks on his legislative service. The autodial poll asked a single question to 754 voters who voted in two of the last three primaries: “Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the job Senator Steve Pierce is doing in the legislature?”

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So much for those war chests

Legislative incumbents were left spinning this weekend, following the secretary of state’s guidelines about how H2593 will be implemented and what it means for unused money in 2012 campaigns.

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Get your own lawsuit

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Mark Brain today rejected the Goldwater Institute’s request to intervene on behalf of LD16 House candidate Thomas Grier, S Pierce and Southern Arizona Conservative PAC, in the defense of Laws 2013, Chapter 98 (H2593: campaign finance; contribution limit).

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