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Judge dismisses group’s appeal against Clean Elections (access required)

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A four-day delay in filing an appeal against the Citizens Clean Elections Commission could cost an Iowa-based group nearly $100,000 in fines. But it may cost Secretary of State Michele Reagan something much bigger – a chance to settle, once and for all, who has the authority to enforce Arizona’s election laws.

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With any luck, we’ll know on Monday

With the US Supreme Court’s redistricting ruling looming in Arizona’s political foreground, one railbird with knowledge of the situation said Biggs and Gowan plan to call a bipartisan joint legislative committee to start drafting maps and collecting public comment, should the court rule in the Legislature’s favor.

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