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More cuts expected as Senate postpones budget debate until Tuesday morning (access required)

The Arizona Senate delayed debate on a $9.23 billion spending plan Monday afternoon as lawmakers prepare amendments to the budget and Senate President Andy Biggs finds a means to further cut funding for district charter schools.

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