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The Breakdown: Runnin’ dirty

Clean Elections Commission logo620Thousands of Arizona women could have to choose between paying more for health care or driving long distances to receive it after Planned Parenthood withdrew from a federal funding program.

A Supreme Court justice raised eyebrows when Gov. Ducey tweeted a photo of him at a conservative conference.

And Democrats are running dirty, ditching Clean Elections funding to maintain access to the party’s list of voters in 2020.

 

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Music in this episode included “Creative Minds,” “Funky Element” and “Energy” by Bensound.

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