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Bundgaard claim: ‘That dog don’t hunt’

Various media outlets are now reporting Bundgaard's latest version of events, and sources in the caucus have told our reporter and other members of the Capitol press corps that his explanation for why the gun-pulling incident didn't make the police report is that he wanted to protect Ballard.

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Thomas case helps usher in new discipline order

If the public wasn't aware of Arizona's new attorney discipline system, it will be after Thomas' case. Arizona shifted systems on Jan. 1 by eliminating one step in the process and adding laymen to the decision-making on whether attorneys should be punished professionally for their misconduct.

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Will redistrict for food

A murmur went through the gallery at the IRC's Feb. 24 meeting when O'Connor House President Lucia Howard told the panel the IRC has been appropriated only $500,000 in the current budget, while the inaugural commission spent about $9.5 million.

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Like a good neighbor…

Based on recent history, observers of Arizona's second independent redistricting process predicted a partisan fight among IRC commissioners, but several signs are pointing in the opposite direction.

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