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35-page pot initiative too complex

Anyone who thinks a 35-page law is a good idea needs a brain scan. With so many lawyer words in one place, the mischief the marijuana- regulation law is bound to do will be enormous and filled with stupidity. I would never vote for any initiative so complex that I cannot readily understand it.

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Adoption bill doesn’t exclude single adults

In the Feb. 5 edition of the Arizona Capitol Times, the story headlined "Married parents would get preference in Adoptions" stated that H2148 would prohibit the Arizona Department of Economic Security from "approving an adoption by a single adult unless no qualified married couple was available."

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H2161 locks in 391% interest for payday lenders

As Robert Merry notes in his book "A Country of Vast Designs," President Andrew Jackson wrote in an 1832 veto letter, "In the full enjoyment of ... the fruits of superior industry, economy, and virtue, every man is equally entitled to protection by law; but when the laws undertake to add to these natural and just advantages artificial distinctions ... and exclusive privileges, to make the rich richer and the potent more powerful, the humble members of society... have a right to complaining of the injustice of their Government."

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Coughlin’s prominence is no accident

Political consultant Chuck Coughlin was recently recognized in an issue for having some "juice." But what accompanied the kudos was a snide, anonymous comment that his achievement was "accidental." The quote offered other gratuitous criticism too.

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