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Sen. Wendy Rogers, censured, stands nearly alone

The Senate voted 24-3 to censure Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Flagstaff, today after she advocated for building gallows to hang and “make an example” out of traitors and threatened to “destroy” the careers of other Senators.  The bipartisan motion to censure was made by Sen. Majority Leader Rick Gray, R-Sun City, and stated the reasons for censuring Rogers ...

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