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Lawmaker to introduce bill for spikes to stop wrong-way drivers (access required)

Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, R-Scottsdale, said she’ll introduce legislation in 2018 requiring state officials to install spike strips on “high risk” exit ramps where there have been a high number of wrong-way drivers.

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Ugenti-Rita: Hobbs overstepped authority with elections procedure (access required)

A Navajo Nation lawsuit against the state and several counties now hinges on the adoption of a new election procedures manual drafted by Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.