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Several lining up to run for attorney general

The same day County Attorney Andrew Thomas registered an exploratory committee for the 2010 campaign to become attorney general, House Minority Leader David Lujan sent the media a list of people who are supporting his bid for the office.Lujan, a Democrat from Phoenix, is serving his third term in the Arizona House. He just finished his first legislative session as minority leader.

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Bookkeeper embezzled $1M from Tucson museum

The Attorney General’s Office announced a 65-year-old Tucson woman faces up to 12-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to charges stemming from her theft of almost $1 million from a southern Arizona museum. According to Attorney General Terry Goddard, ...

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Random comments on budget (access required)

It’s likely a lot of people will want to weigh in on the budget proposal the House voted through last night. So, I’ll post ‘em as I get ‘em. Already received a few statements in my e-mail inbox this morning. And ...

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Fund sweep illegal; ag groups vindicated

A consortium of agricultural interests claimed victory July 9 after a judge ruled the Arizona Legislature acted illegally last year when it swept $160,000 from accounts that held voluntary, private contributions. The lawsuit targeted former Gov. Janet Napolitano, State Treasurer ...

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Crump files exploratory committee for AG run

Rep. Sam Crump is hoping to bring his decades of legal experience to bear as Arizona’s top law enforcement official. Crump, an Anthem Republican, filed an exploratory committee on June 26 for a run at the attorney general’s position, which ...

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Pederson’s opt out could pave way for Goddard (access required)

Jim Pederson's surprising announcement that he will not seek the Democratic nomination for governor in 2010 could put presumed frontrunner Attorney General Terry Goddard in a strong position if his eventual Republican opponent is as bruised and battered as some expect.

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