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Your kind isn’t welcome here (access required)

According to multiple sources, Bitter Smith railed against DC-based Checks and Balances Project in an off-the-record keynote address at an energy conference on Saturday. The Arizona Energy at the Crossroads Conference, put on by the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Assn, ...

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Hope for the best, prepare for the worst (access required)

The Board of Education appears ready to hire tomorrow its new executive director, who could become a new litigant in the power struggle between Douglas and the board. The board posted an agenda naming Karol Schmidt, the director of academic ...

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The campaign trail awaits (access required)

It’s over, but not really. Lawmakers wrapped up the special session at 12:24 pm after the Senate sent two bills to Ducey and a referral containing the proposed amendments to the state land trust to the secretary of state, and ...

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All or nothing (access required)

The language of the proposed settlement of the K-12 inflation lawsuit was made available yesterday evening when the legislation was introduced, and as previously reported, it increases the base level funding by $173 per student in FY16 and allocates $50 ...

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The House of transparency (access required)

Republicans held their first “closed caucus” today, a move that was made possible by their changes to House rules earlier this year. Lawmakers in 1982 exempted themselves from the public meeting law with a bill declaring that either chamber may adopt ...

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