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Lawmakers look to 2020 as ink dries on this year’s bills (access required)

The legislative session wasn’t even done before lawmakers started announcing bills they planned to introduce next session.

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A UPS truck passes a digital sign on I-10. Gov. Doug Ducey proposed in his January 13 State of the State Address to earmark funds for a six-lane bridge on I-10 over the Gila River between Phoenix and Tucson. PHOTO COURTESY ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Ducey’s proposed infrastructure upgrades road to bipartisanship (access required)

Spending part of a one-time windfall to build new roads and bridges was a rare idea in Gov. Doug Ducey’s January 13 State of the State Address that won plaudits from both liberal and conservative lawmakers.