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Republican election bills continue to die in the Senate (access required)

A total of 14 Republican bills died on the Senate floor on Monday, the most bills struck down in one session in recent memory.  Sen. Paul Boyer, R-Glendale, voted against 12 of the dead bills along with the entire Democratic caucus. Without Boyer’s vote, the Republicans did not have the 16 votes needed to pass partisan ...

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