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Dearest judges whom I appointed…

Brewer and AHCCCS Director Tom Betlach today (May 14) asked the Arizona Supreme Court to reverse the appellate court’s ruling that the 36 Republican legislators who are challenging Medicaid expansion have standing to sue.

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Add county attorney to the list of Horne investigators

Attorney Tom Ryan, who represents former AG staffer and Horne campaign volunteer Sarah Beattie, repeatedly declined to comment yesterday on whether he filed complaints against Horne with any law enforcement agency after submitting Beattie’s complaint to the secretary of state’s office and Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

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Binders full of donors

Attorney Tom Ryan today submitted former AG staffer and Horne campaign volunteer Sarah Beattie’s complaint to the secretary of state’s office and Clean Elections Commission, formally alleging that she, Horne and most executive office staffers have been working on the AG’s re-election on taxpayer time.

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Chambers to back fewer, but make it worth it?

As noted on Monday, more than two dozen legislators backed by the Arizona Chamber during the 2012 election cycle stood opposite the business community on Common Core and Medicaid expansion, despite generally being reliable business allies on taxation, regulation and tort issues.

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Video footage spurs cries of coordination

A Huffington Post article today (May 6) questioned how the pro-Ducey Conservative Leadership for Arizona obtained what it called “exclusive” footage from Ducey’s campaign kickoff event in February, which later found its way into a TV ad supporting Ducey.

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Court: Preclearance, not politics, steered IRC ship

In today’s (April 29) opinion upholding the IRC’s legislative map, a split federal three-judge panel concluded that, although “some of the commissioners were motivated in part in some of the linedrawing decisions by a desire to improve Democratic prospects” in some districts, the primary reason for population deviations were VRA compliance, not politics.

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You need witchcraft to break that lucky spell

Reaching the same conclusion as the Secretary of State’s Office, the Clean Elections Commission today (April 24) tossed out a complaint against Horne alleging that he should have listed legal expenses he incurred while fighting the Arizona Public Integrity Alliance as a campaign expense in his Jan. 31 report.

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