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Glennian logic

Arizona Chamber CEO and President Glenn Hamer vigorously defended S1516 (campaign finance amendments) against “wildly inaccurate” claims that he said are being perpetuated by the media. “We’re all entitled to our own opinions, but not to our own facts,” he wrote in a blog.

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And then there’s Gowan

To prohibit lobbyists from gaining undue influence over lawmakers’ actions, Arizona law prohibits them from contributing to sitting legislators’ campaigns while a legislative session is ongoing. But for some of the most powerful lawmakers heading into hotly contested races this ...

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The anatomy of an error

Data provided by the county confirms how badly the officials miscalculated preparations for this year’s presidential preference election. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the March 30 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription Required). To subscribe ...

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Not while Biggs is chief

Ducey wants to allow independents to participate in presidential primaries following last week’s election debacle. That will require changing the laws, and the idea is likely to run into a buzz saw in the Senate, where Biggs is decidedly opposed ...

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Long queues at today’s polls

The secretary of state’s office has been getting reports of long lines at polling places today. Lawyer Thomas Galvin, for example, described on Twitter one polling place as a “zoo.” Reagan is hoping that this means a high turnout, a result of the enthusiasm brought about by non-traditional candidates like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.

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Minimum wage is a go

The ballot campaign to increase Arizona’s minimum wage will move forward. LUCHA Executive Director Tomas Robles on Friday filed a ballot measure committee, Arizonans for Fair Wages and Healthy Families, and the group posted an online ad seeking a campaign manager for the effort.

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