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Supreme Court to decide on Tucson election law

Cities that maintain their own election dates despite lower turnout are violating state laws, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has concluded. And now his office is going to sue Tucson at the state Supreme Court to force it to repeal its odd-year election ordinance. In a 20-page analysis Friday, Linley Wilson, the state's deputy solicitor general, acknowledged that ...

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