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Some ‘dead’ bills get a 2nd chance, but tactic doesn’t always work (access required)

More than a dozen bills have been reconsidered on the floors of the Arizona Senate and House of Representatives after their earlier demise, and while most have passed when given a second thought, a few have stalled or met another death by vote.

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Stringer continues criminal justice reform effort amid controversy (access required)

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