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Arizona Invests Over $360 Million in Water Security – State Rep Gail Griffin

Photo: Agua Fria recharge basin near Phoenix This year, state legislative leaders followed through on their commitment to strengthening Arizona’s water resources by directing over $360 million of state general fund dollars to be allocated to projects and programs that help to promote the conservation, development, and enhancement of water in Arizona. “Never before in

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The Arizona House Republican Majority Reports Progress on Key Legislative Issues

The Arizona House Republican Majority Caucus is proud to report progress on key legislative issues at the State Capitol this week. Crime & Safety — Taking crime seriously is the first step in protecting Arizonans. The House Committee of the Whole passed SCR 1001 stating the legislature’s intention to provide better resources to law enforcement and

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Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

The Arizona House voted Monday to delay the effective date for legislation signed last month requiring voters to provide evidence of their citizenship, which has already prompted two lawsuits amid fears by voting-rights advocates that it could cancel the registrations of thousands of people. If approved by the Senate and Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, the


Statement from Representative Mark Finchem

Representative Mark Finchem (R-11) today released the following statement: “Regarding my presence in Washington, D.C. from January 5 to 8, I flew to Washington, D.C. to deliver an evidence book and letter to Vice President Pence showing key evidence of fraud in the Arizona Presidential Election, and asking him to consider postponing the award of

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