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Ducey made some long-awaited staffing announcements today, including the hotly anticipated decision on what role Danny Seiden will have in the new administration. Seiden will serve as Ducey’s deputy chief of staff for external affairs and policy development.

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Small groups don’t cut it

In an interview yesterday afternoon, Dial laid out his ideas for bringing back approps subcommittees. The likeliest path is legislation, with intent language describing how the subcommittees would operate as a part of the budget process, that would require leadership in each chamber to re-establish the subcommittees via the Senate president’s and speaker’s rule-making process.

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Rah-rah for subcommittees

Brophy McGee gave a resounding endorsement of Dial’s plan to restore the subcommittee process in crafting a budget, saying her colleague is “right on the money” with the idea. “The budget process has become much more the purview of leadership, and members are left out in a sense and given a package to vote on.

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All signs are created equal, endowed by their creator…

J Allen is taking aim at Robson with H2002 (political signs; removal), which he introduced today. The bill removes the language in ARS 16-1019 that makes it a misdemeanor to remove, alter or deface a political sign “of any candidate for public office” and instead defines a political sign as “a sign that is intended to influence the outcome of an election.”

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Sources: Brno set to name solicitor general

Brnovich has picked a former colleague from the US Attorney’s Office to be his solicitor general. According to sources, Assistant US Attorney John R Lopez, who currently serves as executive assistant to US Attorney John Leonardo, will be named solicitor general later this week.

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All your congressmen are belong to us

Letters from congressmen to federal regulators questioning the business practices of rooftop solar companies aren’t just for Democrats. Now, Franks, Gosar and Salmon have sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission that is similar to the one Kirkpatrick, Barber, Sinema and Gene Green (D-TX) sent to the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Nov. 19.

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Don’t get your hopes up

The Republic’s Joanna Allhands suggested in her column today that Biggs is willing to talk tax increases. Allhands said Biggs told the paper’s editorial board yesterday that policymakers must have a deep and transparent discussion about what government does and how its operations are funded.

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