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The sky didn’t fall, after all

Lyft spokeswoman Paige Thelen repeated the rideshare industry’s opinion that the practice does not fall under any Arizona regulations, and said that, even though the rideshare bill died, the company has no plans to move out of Arizona.

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Court: Preclearance, not politics, steered IRC ship

In today’s (April 29) opinion upholding the IRC’s legislative map, a split federal three-judge panel concluded that, although “some of the commissioners were motivated in part in some of the linedrawing decisions by a desire to improve Democratic prospects” in some districts, the primary reason for population deviations were VRA compliance, not politics.

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You need witchcraft to break that lucky spell

Reaching the same conclusion as the Secretary of State’s Office, the Clean Elections Commission today (April 24) tossed out a complaint against Horne alleging that he should have listed legal expenses he incurred while fighting the Arizona Public Integrity Alliance as a campaign expense in his Jan. 31 report.

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Brewer: See you in the Supreme Court

Brewer was visibly upset with the ruling when she spoke to reporters today, and said she will appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court. The governor called it a “rushed decision” by the appellate court and said it could ultimately prevent the state from providing quality, cost-effective health care to tens of thousands of people.

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Deal over marijuana-driven Yee recall effort hits a haze

The effort to recall Yee may not be over. Members of the Arizona Veteran’s Assistance Committee, which spearheaded the fight against the senator over her initial opposition to a marijuana research bill, are engaged in an internal dispute over the best way to move forward with the legislative session drawing to a close.

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