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House Speaker open to ‘grand bargain’ over Voter Protection Act (access required)

A top Arizona legislator said he would be open to making it easier for the state’s voters to circumvent the Legislature and pass laws by way of the ballot in exchange for easing restrictions that prevent the Legislature from tweaking those same laws.

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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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