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Lawsuit potential? Check.

At the center of the budget fight at the Capitol is a proposal to prohibit K-12 districts from converting more schools into charters. Some lawmakers see this as “double dipping,” since the districts are accessing both the property tax base afforded to school districts, while receiving roughly $1,000 more per pupil in state aid for the students at the charter schools.

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Poised for relevance

The Arizona Republican Party in February posted six figures in federal campaign fundraising, the second consecutive month it has done so, while the Arizona Democratic Party barely cracked $50,000 for the month and owes debts totaling more than five times what it has on hand.

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Tired of the sideshows

One longtime lobbyist for the business community today (March 13) echoed the sentiment that business leaders are growing frustrated with the fringe element of both parties, and they need to aggressively engage in helping to elect state policymakers who will avoid “sideshows” like S1062 and, more pressingly, the efforts to undo Common Core.

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Smith rakes in more cash

Smith campaign consultant Brian Murray told our reporter today that the Mesa mayor had raised roughly $460,000 at this time last week. This was prior to a fundraiser hosted by DMB executive Drew Brown that was the first event following ...

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It’s the moment they’ve all been waiting for

Pastor shook Arizona’s political universe today by announcing that he is retiring at the end of the current term, when he completes his 23rd year in Congress. “I’ve been in public office for 39 years and it’s been a pleasure to serve the people of Arizona,” Pastor said in a news release.

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