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"… rod Brown of Ohio and Reps. Carolyn McCarthy of New York, Raul Grijalva of Arizona and Keith Ellison of Minnesota, also ranked highly among incumbents who ra …"

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"… percent of the money the group raised came from another nonprofit — the Arizona-based Center to Protect Patient Rights, which has no website and lists its …"

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"… e among 26 states that received a failing grade. The others were Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, …"

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"… fic legislative or government influence goals. Representatives at NJOY’s Arizona-based headquarters did not respond to requests for comment. And NJOY’s S …"

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"… nding privately funded conferences conducted in vacation destinations like Arizona, Montana and Florida. Critics claimed that the undisclosed trips created …"

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"… ontline program, including: Bill Enyart of Illinois Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona Ann McLane Kuster of New Hampshire Carol Shea-Porter of New Hampshire S …"

"… hea-Porter of New Hampshire Scott Peters of California Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona These House races are again expected to be some of the most competitive …"

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"… low designated teachers or other school staff to be armed include Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Oklahoma and South Carolina. Texas …"

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"… rs of confined wards between 1997 and 2010. Several states, including Arizona and Georgia, cut their numbers by 50 percent or more.  On the global …"

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"… ub supported Republican Richard Mourdock, and about $2.4 million on ads in Arizona's U.S. Senate race, where the Club backed Republican Rep. Jeff Flake, who …"

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"… meetings in 2011 including the Michigan-based Mackinac Center and the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute, which introduced a raft of anti-union model bil …"

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"… ues." One of the biggest known backers of Americans for Prosperity is the Arizona-based Center to Protect Patient Rights, another 501(c)(4) nonprofit that d …"

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"… owner has (yet?) ponied up for any super PACs — although last year, the Arizona Cardinals became the first NFL team to directly donate to this kind o …"

"… nbsp;kind of political group, when it gave $5,000 to the super PAC of Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican. Unlike traditional PACs, like Gridiron …"

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"… 2012. Its preferred candidates prevailed in GOP Senate primaries in Texas, Arizona and Indiana. While Republican Richard Mourdock, which the Club supported, …"

"… ard Mourdock, which the Club supported, lost his bid in the Hoosier State, Arizona’s Jeff Flake and Texas’ Ted Cruz are now sitting senators. Club for G …"

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"… website and lists its address as a post office box in Phoenix.  The Arizona-based Center to Protect Patient Rights "contributed more than $14 mil …"

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"… al welfare” nonprofit that doesn’t disclose its donors by name — the Arizona-based Center to Protect Patient Rights. The nonprofit has no website and …"

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"… e F-35  Joint Strike Fighter being tested at air bases in Florida and Arizona, as well as Lockheed Martin’s production factory in Fort Worth, Texas. T …"

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"… ed to elect Democrat Richard Carmona in his unsuccessful bid for Arizona’s open U.S. Senate seat. Majority PAC hired Waterfront to purchase airti …"

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"… tion to allow teachers or other staff to have guns inside schools. And in Arizona, the Associated Press reported, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio – who …"

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"… nd it isn’t over.The parade of bad news began in December 2009, when the Arizona Republic exposed the Fiesta Bowl’s scheme of urging employees to make ca …"

"… by legislators.Now, as the 2013 state legislative session approaches, many Arizonans believe the Legislature has not one Fiesta Bowl scandal, but two.The fir …"

"… n as if nothing ever happened.Rules, loopholes and historyAt first glance, Arizona would seem to have one of the nation’s strictest gift laws: a $10 annual …"

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"… ich would have legalized marijuana in the state (2010) $406,000 to oppose Arizona’s Proposition 302, which gave judges more latitude in dealing with drug …"

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"… but with no route to citizenship — Republican Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona suggested that illegal immigrants brought here as children can easily get …"

"… led along with Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, and Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona. “As a practical matter,” Kyl said, “by definition these are young …"

"… include a path to a green card and eventual citizenship, according to the Arizona Republic. While Grijalva said it was a good sign that some in the GOP want …"

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"… f between two Louisiana Republicans, and were leading in one other race in Arizona. That gave them more than the 218 needed for a majority. Dem …"

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