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AG’s Office confirms Bouie investigation (access required)

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The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is investigating Tony Bouie, who resigned as state Lottery director following revelations that he used state vehicles for personal reasons and fired agency employees so he could hire friends to replace them.

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Arizona Lottery chief Tony Bouie resigns

Arizona Lottery chief Tony Bouie resigns

Following allegations that he’d improperly used state vehicles for personal reasons and fired several employees and replaced them with friends, Arizona State Lottery Director Tony Bouie resigned his position to avoid being a “distraction,” according to the Governor’s Office.

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Special session: Day 4 (access required)

The House Feb. 8 approved two more measures aimed at filling in a $1.4 billion deficit this year and paving the way to bridge a substantially larger shortfall in the upcoming year, but two more bills still await action.

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Day 2: Tracking the special session    (access required)

UPDATE: 4:35 p.m. Senate President Bob Burns acknowledged it took a significant effort by Republicans and Democrats to pass all six special session budget bills out of his chamber, even though he wouldn’t “put it in the fiscally responsible plan category.”

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