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Mystery theater at the Capitol

The Capitol community is buzzing today over DOA Director Brian McNeil’s firing, and while rumors are rampant, no one is quite sure what led to the longtime Brewer loyalist’s sudden downfall. The Ninth Floor described the reason for McNeil’s ouster as a “personnel matter,” but wouldn’t elaborate.

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Poll 1: Ducey up, Brno up bigger

The Arizona Free Enterprise Club today released its first poll since late September, and its results are largely the same, at least when it comes to the governor’s race. Ducey led DuVal 43 percent to 36 percent, with 5 percent going to Libertarian Barry Hess, 2 percent going to Americans Elect nominee John Lewis Mealer and 14 percent undecided.

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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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ASU public affairs school chief draws on lessons learned watching Detroit’s meltdown (access required)

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After witnessing the city of Detroit devolve into a shell of its former self working in a clerical job there, Karen Mossberger was motivated to combat the city’s decline. To help accomplish her goal, she earned a college degree. However, after working in the Motor City, her drive intensified to understand and address on a larger scale the issues plaguing Detroit.

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