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2019: Moments of bipartisanship mixed with rough politics (access required)

The highs and lows of the 2019 legislative session can be measured by how well legislators worked together with the smallest of margins.

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Joe Thomas, president of the Arizona Education Association, speaks at a July 5, 2018, press conference to explain why teachers and their allies decided the best way to get new money into the classroom was a tax on the richest Arizonans. A court kicked the measure off the ballot and now education leaders are considering a measure that would include a sales tax hike. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)

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