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Judge rules pension cap unconstitutional, leaves fix with Legislature (access required)

A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled July 20 that a state law capping employer contributions rates to retirement funds for judges and elected officials is unconstitutional, and that it’s up to Arizona lawmakers to find a solution.

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Republican aims to limit lawmakers’ conflicts of interest (access required)

Arizona lawmakers get paid $24,000 annually. Most have full-time jobs beyond the business of sponsoring and voting on bills for four to five months out of the year.