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Biggs’ dream budget?

Details of the budget deal reached by legislative leaders and Ducey emerged today, and if there’s a unifying theme, it’s that agencies and state programs should brace for painful times ahead.

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Michael Crow blasts Ducey over proposed cuts

ASU President Michael Crow yesterday blasted Ducey’s proposed $75 million cut to the universities, writing to ASU’s alumni community and others that the governor’s budget plan “signals to the state and the nation that higher education is a low priority in Arizona.”

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Flanagan defends his leadership at Dept of Child Safety (access required)

Flanagan defends his leadership at Dept of Child Safety <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Fired Department of Child Safety director Charles Flanagan defended himself against allegations his process of getting through a backlog of cases was dangerous to abused children, and said he’s speaking out for the first time since his firing to defend the record of his administration and DCS employees who have been smeared by recent news reports based on allegations from Greg McKay, the newly appointed director of the agency.

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