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The Breakdown: Don’t tread on she

 

children between them. (Photo by Paulina Pineda/Arizona Capitol Times)

The children of House candidates Jennifer Samuels and Julie Gunnigle, and Senate
candidate Kristin Dybvig-Pawelko. (Photo by Paulina Pineda/Arizona Capitol Times)

It may be the year of the woman, but moms running for office are still dealing with questions not often asked of their male colleagues.

Improvements to accessibility to the state House of Representatives are already in the works in anticipation of one new member who uses a wheelchair.

And the state Auditor General had sharp advice for lawmakers who might suggest that her office should be responsible for charter school finances.

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Music in this episode included “Creative Minds,” “Piano Moment” and “Energy” by Bensound.

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