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House’s business immunity bill likely DOA in Senate (access required)

The tort reform measure House Republicans tout as the main reason for continuing legislative work likely doesn't have the votes it would need in the Senate.

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Wendy Rogers, Legislative District 6 Republican Senate nominee, speaks at an event in Scottsdale in October 2014. Rogers’ victory August 4 in the Republican primary has driven Republicans in her district to try to remove her from the ballot because they lack confidence she will win in November and a loss will turn the Senate to Democratic control. PHOTO BY GAGE SKIDMORE/FLICKR

Lawmaker: Republicans out to remove LD6 nominee from ballot (access required)

An upset for Wendy Rogers in Legislative District 6 has led some Republicans to write off the Senate seat as a lost cause and others to brainstorm ways to replace her with another Republican candidate.