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State attorneys: Judge’s order on pension unclear, violates separation of powers (access required)

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office claims state officials don’t know how to respond to a judge’s order to adjust contribution rates to a retirement fund for the judiciary and elected officials.

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Dr. Mark Syms, an independent candidate for the Arizona senate, sits in Judge Christopher Coury's court room accused of submitting numerous forged signatures on his nominating petitions for the ballot. (Photo by Arizona Republic/Pool Photo)

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