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Horne: Dybus was about to be fired

At about 6:30 last night, Horne's office fired back against Don Dybus' allegations, saying the prosecutor only filed the complaint with Bennett's office to give himself whistleblower protection because he knew he was about to be fired.

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Statewide offices: Republicans looking at a sweep (access required)

With nearly half the state’s precincts reporting vote totals, Republicans looked poised to sweep Arizona’s statewide offices for the first time since 1994. By 9:15 p.m., the Republicans’ statewide slate took the stage at the Arizona GOP’s election night party ...

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Killer says politics will force his execution (access required)

A condemned inmate asked the Arizona Supreme Court Oct. 13 to postpone his execution until after the gubernatorial election. Jeffrey Landrigan argues in legal briefs that Gov. Jan Brewer has political incentive to go forward with the Oct. 26 execution ...

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Goddard announces support for Prop. 100 (access required)

Attorney General Terry Goddard said he will support Proposition 100, ending months of fence-sitting on the temporary sales tax increase. Goddard, the presumptive Democratic nominee for governor, announced his support in a Mother’s Day email blast to his supporters. “It’s ...

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Goddard unsure how he’ll vote on tax hike (access required)

After 10 months of debate on the issue, Attorney General Terry Goddard, the presumptive Democratic nominee for the governor's race, said he doesn't know whether he'll vote for the temporary one-cent sales tax increase that will go before voters on May 18.

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Lawmakers getting hammered in court; resources strained (access required)

Arizona's 49th Legislature has been tasked with keeping the state financially afloat during the most troubling economic times in state history. But the choices lawmakers made this year in an effort to balance the budget have led to six lawsuits challenging the state's use of fund sweeps to fill in deficits.

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