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In power play, senators override Ducey’s veto (access required)

Senators said the override is intended purely to send a message to Ducey that the Legislature is a co-equal branch of government that couldn’t be cowed by the executive branch. Earlier in the day, the Senate passed new versions of all 22 bills vetoed by the governor before the House and Senate took a two-week vacation.

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