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Horne wins the day at Arizona Supreme Court (access required)

The Arizona Supreme Court handed former AG Tom Horne a major victory today, ruling unanimously that Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk violated his and Kathleen Winn’s due process rights in a campaign coordination scandal that led to his re-election defeat. ...

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A smiling new face comes to DES (access required)

Ducey today appointed Michael Trailor, who’s spent the past eight years leading the Dept of Housing, to run DES. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the May 24 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription Required). To ...

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Garcia’s big gamble (access required)

Dem gubernatorial candidate Garcia wants to provide free tuition at state universities through an ambitious three-step program that ultimately would cost hundreds of millions of dollars to finance. Several Capitol railbirds said Garcia is effectively proposing a tax increase to ...

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The worst-case scenario looks bad (access required)

The Clean Election Commission on Thursday will discuss the results of its comprehensive audit of Rubalcava, who is accused of a series of campaign finance violations that could result in his eviction from office. To read more on this item ...

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Finchem goes on snowflake patrol in Tucson (access required)

Finchem is going on the offensive against “snowflakes” and “socialist group-think” at UofA after the university posted job advertisements for “social justice advocates,” whose jobs would entail reporting incidences of bias on campus. To read more on this item plus ...

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