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The era of good feelings begins

Ducey and Brnovich’s ascensions as governor and state attorney, respectively, are heralding a new era of cooperation between the Ninth Floor and the AG’s office. Brnovich said he “absolutely” believes he and Ducey will have a better relationship than recent governors and AGs have had.

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Open up the goodie bag

State officials yesterday (Feb. 2) announced a major business coup – Apple is building a $2 billion command Center in Mesa. But Apple is getting something in return.

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Try a flash mob next time

Efforts to court Christine Jones to run for Phoenix mayor are in full swing. Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio said he’ll do whatever he can to help Jones get elected if she jumps into this year’s mayoral race.

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Who, exactly, will speak for Arizona?

A turf war is brewing among policymakers even before Arizona has officially responded to the EPA’s proposed carbon rule. Corp commissioners met yesterday to discuss potential legislation to allow DEQ to draft a state compliance plan.

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Don’t call us poor, we’re average!

Arizona Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Glenn Hamer took exception to Douglas’ characterization of Arizona public schools as “poor” in her State of Education speech this week, calling it “disturbing” and “irresponsible.”

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