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Rep. Robson cited for stealing campaign sign (access required)

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Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies on Monday cited Rep. Bob Robson, a Chandler Republican, for tampering with campaign signs, Sheriff Joe Arpaio said today. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Lisa Allen said Robson was cited and released, and deputies are developing a case against the lawmaker.

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Penalty flag thrown on Free Enterprise Club spending

Bennett’s office late Friday sent a notice to the AG’s office declaring that it had found reasonable cause to believe that the Arizona Free Enterprise Club is conducting itself as a political committee and has failed to register as such, and in doing so is violating a host of campaign finance laws.

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Outside spending drives secretary of state races (access required)

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The Arizona Free Enterprise Club has never shown much of an interest in who serves as Arizona’s secretary of state. That changed this year. So far, the conservative, free market advocacy group has spent nearly $480,000 in the three-way Republican primary for secretary of state, promoting Rep. Justin Pierce, R-Mesa, and attacking opponents Wil Cardon and Sen. Michele Reagan, R-Scottsdale.

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Shakeup at Free Enterprise Club

In a blog post yesterday on the “dark money” being spent to back J Pierce in the secretary of state race, Republic columnist Laurie Roberts reported that the Arizona Free Enterprise Club recently removed wealthy conservative activists Randy Kendrick and Dean Riesen from its corporate filings.

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Welcome to the world of competition

Welcome to the world of competition

The effectiveness of economic development programs has long been hotly debated. Recent events, like the closing of Suntech’s manufacturing facility in Goodyear, have given rise to a new wave of criticism by organizations like the Arizona Tax Research Association, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club and the Goldwater Institute — most of it unwarranted and unsubstantiated.

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