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All jokes aside

While getting more than 350,000 signatures may seem like a monumental hurdle to pass, the political chattering class is already abuzz over who might actually challenge Arpaio in a recall election, if it actually happens.

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ARL sued over robo calls

Americans for Responsible Leadership may find itself back in court, this time in Colorado. Denver resident Marlo Edholm filed a lawsuit on Monday in US District Court in Colorado accusing ARL of making pro-Romney robocalls to cell phones in the days before the November election.

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Growing opposition

Brewer’s push to reform the state’s TPT system has already been opposed by cities, and Tobin says that any attempt to do so is almost certain to fail in his chamber if it includes provisions to scrap the prime contracting sales tax system.

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It’s not all bad

In a statement that seems consistent with a Republican source’s predictions from yesterday, Schweikert told our reporter via email that he disagrees with the citizenship component of the bipartisan US Senate immigration reform plan.

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Proceeding with caution

While some local Republicans expectedly came out against the immigration reform proposal that Flake and McCain unveiled yesterday, several have expressed support or at least showed a measure of caution about jumping straight to opposition.

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Resistance is futile

There may be a more practical reason for election-minded Republicans like Querard to band together to resist the temptation to seek a full repeal of the medical marijuana program and instead focus on eliminating the extralegal clubs: Trying to repeal the matter is a political loser.

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