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The Breakdown: Let’s talk about sex… ed

The 2020 legislative session is finally here. Hundreds of bills have already been filed, and a Senate committee willsex-education-620 start the session debating one of the thorniest issues this year: when, how and what should Arizona children learn about sex. 

A GOP senator smarting from the veto of his 2019 income tax deal has turned his attention to property taxes, with a new plan to cut $300 million over three years. 

And the next week should bring budgets from the House, Senate, and governor.

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

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