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Poll: Brewer very unpopular among voters (access required)

A new poll was released today (Aug. 31), and the results don’t bode well for Gov. Jan Brewer’s chances for election to a full term. It also looks bad for the Arizona Legislature. Apparently, voters are fed up with Brewer ...

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Brewer: Tax vote won’t affect decision to run

Gov. Jan Brewer said today (Aug. 28) she won't base her decision on whether to run for a full term in 2010 on the outcome of a public vote on her sales tax increase proposal. "I don't think so," Brewer told our reporter following an awards luncheon in Litchfield Park, when asked if the outcome of the vote would affect her decision.

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Capitol Quotes 8/28 (access required)

“I think everyone knows she is adamant about getting her referral.” - Senate President Bob Burns, explaining the decision to adjourn the special session and begin bipartisan talks to work out a deal that would allow Gov. Jan Brewer’s sales ...

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Brewer kicks off ornament drive for Arizona Christmas tree headed to Washington

This year's Christmas tree in front of the U.S. Capitol will have a little Arizona sunshine thanks to Daniela Nunez. A fourth-grader at Moon Mountain Elementary School, Nunez fashioned an orange, yellow and red foam sun as Gov. Jan Brewer visited her art class Thursday, kicking off an effort to have schoolchildren produce ornaments for an Arizona blue spruce that's heading to Washington.

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Pierce to Brewer; Brewer to Dems

Reached by phone, Sen. Steve Pierce reiterated to our reporter today his position that Gov. Jan Brewer should sign the budget that's on her desk. "I've given her my word I would continue to work towards it [the sales tax referral], and in the meantime, she should sign the budget that's there and let the state operate like it should," Pierce said.

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Pie in the sky?

It seems everyone who is involved in the five -party talks is maintaining a very effective press silence. Much of the information about the meetings comes second- or third-hand from lawmakers who talk with or are briefed by one of the principals.

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Lawmakers adjourn sine die; questions loom (access required)

The Arizona Legislature ended its special legislative session at 1:42 p.m. Aug. 25, although it may be a short-lived break from the Capitol. "Well, I'll see you next week," Rep. Warde Nichols, a Gilbert Republican, said as he prepared to leave the House of Representatives.

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