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Clean Elections holds dark money rule, but passage likely (access required)

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The Citizens Clean Elections Commission will wait a month before voting on a rule that would force disclosure from “dark money” groups that spend money to influence Arizona elections. But the commission appears likely to approve the proposal over the objections of Secretary of State’s Office and the business community.

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Maybe tomorrow, maybe not

The Clean Elections Commission could vote on the new, amended version of its proposed IE disclosure rule when it meets tomorrow, but it could also opt to recirculate the rule for additional public comment and delay the vote until its Aug. 20 meeting.

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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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A Faustian deal or a grand bargain

It’s no secret the Clean Elections Commission has enemies at the Capitol who have been seeking its destruction year after year, but CCEC Executive Director Tom Collins and attorney Joe Kanefield told commissioners today that there is an opportunity to reach a compromise.

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