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You give a little, you get a little (access required)

Mesnard said he’s open to a “grand bargain” between the electorate and state legislators to make changes to the initiative and referendum process in Arizona, as well as to the Voter Protection Act. To read more on this item plus ...

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Mesnard sidelines Shooter in approps (access required)

Following multiple allegations of sexual harassment against Shooter, Mesnard has suspended him from his duties as chairman of House appro. Shooter has not been removed from the committee. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the ...

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House is looking at multiple investigations (access required)

There’s no set number of investigations the House is conducting at this point, Mesnard told our reporter Thursday morning, as the situation is fluid with new reports of sexual harassment, including a report by the Capitol Times Wednesday afternoon detailing accusations from ...

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So it’s come to this in LD30 (access required)

Martinez’s decision to run for Senate was prompted by his objection to Rios’ decision to endorse former lawmaker Bill Brotherton for the open LD30 House seat, as well by what he said was Navarrete’s lack of concern with the minority ...

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Architecture licenses aren’t on the agenda (access required)

Ducey spokesman Daniel Scarpinato said the governor’s office has never considered eliminating occupational licensing requirements for architects, despite a New Times cover story that delves deeply into the possibility that Ducey will do just that. To read more on this ...

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