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Stay off our turf (access required)

Ducey chief of staff Kirk Adams waded into the ongoing spat between Central Arizona Project and the Dept of Water Resources, telling CAP that it needs to respect the state’s authority over water issues. To read more on this item ...

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Campaign rhetoric is in the air (access required)

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton piqued the interest of Arizona politicos on Tuesday when he delivered a State of the City address that skewered Ducey and the Legislature, leading some to wonder if he’s going to run for governor next year. ...

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The left pushes back against Sinema (access required)

Talia Fuentes, an applied biologist and progressive activist, is challenging Sinema for the Democratic nomination in CD9. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the April 25 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription Required). To subscribe to ...

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The Flake and McCain seal of approval (access required)

Flake and McCain have made their recommendations to the Trump administration for appointments to the Ninth Circuit and US District Court for Arizona, and if the White House follows those recommendations, Assistant US Attorney Dominic Lanza will take Arizona’s open ...

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Don’t make any assumptions just yet (access required)

McCain’s announcement on Wednesday that he and Flake had recommended Andrew Pacheco to be Arizona’s US attorney caught a lot of people off guard, and left one railbird wondering whether the two US senators are on the same page. To ...

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Get your pens and clipboards ready (access required)

Now that Ducey has signed Laws 2017, Chapter 151 (H2244: initiative petitions; standard of review), citizen referendum against that and another law aimed at cracking down on the citizen initiative process is set to begin as early as next week, ...

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A bumpy start to the campaign (access required)

The first Democratic challenger to officially file to run against McSally spent the opening day of his campaign fending off accusations that he’s actually a Republican, though through no fault of his own. To read more on this item plus ...

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