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Democratic jobless plan emerges to dormant Legislature (access required)

A Democratic proposal to bolster the state’s unemployment benefit system is taking shape. It’s the product of a consortium of lawmakers and left-leaning think-tanks who fear that the expiration of federal benefit supplements at the end of July could spell trouble for hundreds of thousands of out-of-work Arizonans. The broad outline of the plan, which has yet ...

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Brendan Lyons lays in his hospital bed after a distracted driver crashed into him in 2013. Lyons is now running for the House in Legislative District 9 against one of the doctors who cared for him, Rep. Randy Friese, D-Tucson. PHOTO COURTESY BRENDAN LYONS

From ER to AZ House, GOP candidate a history with Friese (access required)

Lyons was once a firefighter. In that capacity, he said he often saw the “terrible consequences of distracted driving” – death, grief, disability and so on.