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Deliver the citizens’ initiative process back to Arizonans (access required)

Increased energy costs, recreational marijuana use and sales, taxpayer-financed political campaigns to chill free speech and barriers on attracting and retaining top health care leadership talent could have been the new norm for Arizonans as a result of the 2016 election.

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