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Come on in, the water district’s fine (access required)

he auditor general gave the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, the overseers of the Central Arizona Project canal system, a mostly clean special audit, likely to the chagrin of CAP’s detractors in state politics. To read more on this item ...

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Rivals for House become rivals for Senate (access required)

At least two candidates are interested in seeking appointment to the LD21 Senate seat that Lesko will vacate for her CD8 run. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Dec. 21 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet ...

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Gambling: It’s for the children (access required)

Ducey suggested to KTAR’s Mac and Gaydos during an interview on Tuesday that Arizona could get more money for K-12 education by renegotiating the state’s gaming compact. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Dec. 20 Yellow ...

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Montenegro resigns to run (access required)

The resignation triggers the appointment process for his seat in LD13. Two candidates, Brent Backus and Trey Terry, have already filed to run for the LD13 Senate seat. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Dec. ...

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Just because Montenegro has moved on… (access required)

With Montenegro out of the secretary of state’s race, Reagan is at least temporarily without a primary challenger, and Republican National Committeewoman and former Sen. Lori Klein Corbin is considering filling the void. To read more on this item plus ...

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What a difference a few days can make (access required)

At Mesnard and Yarbrough’s request, Legislative Council today weighed in on when lawmakers’ terms expire, and the conclusion is that legislators who run in the CD8 special election won’t have to resign. To read more on this item plus all ...

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