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The real question is . . . (access required)

After nearly a year and a half of work, the Classrooms First Initiative Council, which Ducey created last year to reform Arizona’s school funding formula, has issued its formal recommendations. But the council was mum on exactly how the state would ...

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Farley versus Ducey in 2018? (access required)

With the 2018 election cycle officially underway, a potential Dem challenger to Ducey has emerged: Farley. The Dem legislator told our reporter that he hasn’t made a final decision yet, but he is seriously considering running for governor. To read ...

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Business is booming for bondsmen (access required)

The first issue in the upcoming battle between Tucson and the Attorney General over the city’s gun destruction policy could be whether the city is required to post a bond equal to the amount the city received in state sales ...

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Tucson, AG are headed for a court showdown (access required)

The Tucson City Council voted unanimously today to fight the Attorney General’s assertion that the city’s gun destruction policy “may” violate state law (YS, 11/15). To read more on this item plus all the stories in the Dec. 6 Yellow Sheet ...

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Ducey: Review first, fire later (access required)

The governor’s office has implemented a new step in the process of firing state workers, which it hopes will act as a safeguard against agency directors taking at-will employment to the extreme. To read more on this item plus all ...

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