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Slow your roll

Ducey spokesman Daniel Scarpinato said it’s too early for Farley or anyone else to sound the alarm about whether state agencies will be denied the restoration of previous cuts in FY17, despite a projected $266 million surplus. For that matter, Scarpinato said it would be premature to start making decisions about the surplus funds at all.

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Memo to House pages: Be prepared

Shooter yesterday (July 27) told our reporter that he and Montenegro have agreed to swap seats, at least for the 53rd Legislature. The move will let Montenegro, who is termed out of the House, run for the Senate without an incumbent-on-incumbent primary battle. Shooter quipped that the “House will be damn lucky to get me.”

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APS’s measured approach to rooftop solar would benefit all electricity customers (access required)

APS’s measured approach to rooftop solar would benefit all electricity customers <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Jeff Guldner Jeff Guldner I appreciate Pat Quinn’s service as director of the Residential Utility Consumer’s Office (RUCO), but I was surprised by his recent description of what happened when the Arizona Corporation Commission first addressed the cost shifting resulting from rooftop solar and net metering in 2013. I was also disappointed by his characterization of the current grid access charge case.

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