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Republicans approve repealing Voter Protection Act, target public’s ballot initiatives (access required)

Attempting to preempt a committee hearing on a package of legislation aimed at overhauling the people’s ability to enact laws, critics took to the Senate lawn to blast the “coordinated attack” launched by Republican lawmakers and the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the Voter Protection Act and the initiative process.

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