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AZGOP lapping Dems in federal fundraising

Through the first half of 2015, the Arizona Republican and Democratic parties are mirror images of each other in terms of fundraising for their federal campaign accounts. As of June 30, the GOP had raised nearly $942,000, dwarfing the $406,000 the Dems had brought in.

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What ever became of the old boss over there?

On Friday, a source close to Ducey was dismissive of DeWit’s opposition to the governor’s plan, describing it as something stemming from his “disappointment that the treasurer’s role isn’t in the spotlight that often.” But a source close to DeWit said the claim couldn’t be further from the truth.

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As promised, no gym in the basement

Gowan is spending another $642,000 on carpet in the House, according to records provided by the chamber. The speaker is putting in new carpet on the first, second and third levels. The new carpet will also be installed on the House floor and members’ lounge, replacing the almost-new carpet Gowan installed in those areas after being elected speaker late last year.

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DeWit hammered by Ducey ally on Breitbart

Lisa De Pasquale, the director of strategic communications for Sean Noble’s DC London, skewered DeWit today in a column on Breitbart. De Pasquale, who has written for Breitbart since 2010, rose to the defense of Ducey, whom she compared to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, dubbing him the “Walker of the West.”

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Making AHCCCS a hand up, not a hand out

Ducey today unveiled his new plan for AHCCCS, which includes co-pays, premiums, work requirements and wellness incentives. The proposal revolves around AHCCCS CARE, a sort of health savings account for some Medicaid patients. (The new acronym stands for Choice, Accountability, Responsibility and Engagement.)

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Tax or no tax?

Attorneys squared off in Maricopa County Superior Court today for the long-awaited oral arguments in Biggs v. Betlach, the Medicaid expansion case. Perhaps the most pressing issue in the oral arguments was whether the hospital assessment, used to fund the state’s share of the cost of the 2013 expansion program, should be considered a tax.

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