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Capitol Quotes 7/2 (access required)

“Support was not there for the sales-tax referral. It just became brutally apparent.” – Sen. John Huppenthal, commenting after the failure of Gov. Jan Brewer’s plan to refer a 1-cent sales-tax increase to the ballot. “We are only doing this ...

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Capitol Quotes 6/26 (access required)

“Do you intend to go through these whole COW columns, or are we at least going to have a potty break?” – Sen. Carolyn Allen, asking a pertinent question on the Senate floor during an extended committee of the whole ...

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State Contracts 6/19

Formal Solicitations: An invitation for bids (IFB) is a formal competitive procedure used by the state when a contract’s value is anticipated to exceed $50,000. Often called a “formal bid” or a “competitive sealed bid,” an IFB is the preferred ...

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2009 State Bar of Arizona award winners (access required)

Bennie R. Click Award of Appreciation Given to a non-lawyer in recognition of outstanding service toward the creation of a better public understanding of the legal profession and the administration of justice. Ben Click began his work with the State ...

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Capitol Quotes 6/19 (access required)

“It went well. It was a good conversation. Nothing was resolved.” – Citizens Clean Elections Commission Executive Director Todd Lang describing an informal settlement conference with an attorney for Rep. Doug Quelland.

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Capitol Quotes 6/12 (access required)

“I consider this first panel – not necessarily the governor or her staff, but this first panel of people testifying to be a kangaroo court.” — Sen. Jack Harper, commenting on the education panel at Gov. Jan Brewer’s June 9 ...

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