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Dems uniting against Ducey trust plan (access required)

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Democratic lawmakers are coalescing in opposition to Gov. Doug Ducey’s state land trust plan, a potentially troubling development for a governor who may need votes from the minority party to pass one of his top priorities for the 2016 legislative session.

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Anti-corruption group: Pick one career

The Public Integrity Alliance (née the Arizona Public Integrity Alliance), which went after Horne in 2013 and 2014, is asking Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith to sever all her ties with outside groups, and cease all lobbying on behalf of any client during her term as a regulator.

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One man does not a special session make

Boyer has been beating the drum for a special session in order to call a special election for Ducey’s land trust proposal, raising the possibility over the weekend on 12 News’ “Sunday Square-Off” and last week during a tele-town hall with the governor. But so far, his enthusiasm hasn’t been shared by leadership.

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