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Sinema can address energy inequities, fight climate change

To ensure an equitable and more sustainable future — one that creates good-paying jobs and opportunity for Arizonans — Senator Sinema should push for changes to the section 25D ITC in the budget reconciliation bill that would offer a direct pay option. The clean energy revolution cannot meet its full promise unless the pool of those who can participate is expanded. 

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Kirkpatrick, McCain spar over Clinton, Trump (access required)

In their first and only debate, U.S. Sen. John McCain and his Democratic challenger, Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, sparred over a wide array of issues, ranging from Obamacare, immigration reform, national security and Republicans’ refusal to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat, but it was their respective parties’ nominees for president that took center stage early in the night.

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Rob Haney: Better Ann than John

The way he puts it, Rob Haney is prepared to betray his party in order to save it – from McCain. One of McCain’s fiercest Republican critics is now saying he would rather see Kirkpatrick represent Arizona in the US Senate than endure six more years of the incumbent.

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