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McNeil firing followed EEOC complaint on racial, gender comments (access required)

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One day before Gov. Jan Brewer fired Arizona Department of Administration Brian McNeil, the Governor’s Office received a complaint filed against him with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that he’d created a hostile work environment by making inappropriate comments about an employee’s ethnicity and gender.

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Brewer fires ADOA director McNeil (access required)

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Gov. Jan Brewer has fired Arizona Department of Administration Director Brian McNeil over what the administration described as a “personnel matter,” a move that stunned Capitol observers due to its peculiar timing and McNeil’s deep ties to the governor.

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Debt Dilemma (access required)

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2010 decision to mortgage state’s assets threatens cash reserves

Borrowing billions of dollars allowed Arizona to limp through the worst financial crisis in its history. But the decision to mortgage state assets that include the House and Senate buildings has an unwanted underside: It precludes the state from having significant cash reserves.

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Assessing the shutdown (access required)

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Could have small impact on state government, big effect on Arizona economy

State agencies that rely heavily on federal funds won’t be affected much by the government shutdown, at least in the short term.

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