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APS Finally Comes Clean About Political Spending

Apr 26, 2019
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Facing what it saw as a threat to its monopoly from a surging rooftop solar industry, Arizona's largest utility secretly funneled millions of dollars to back favored candidates for the state commission regulating it.

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Democrat Mark Kelly has more than $3 million in the bank for his U.S. Senate campaign, about the $1 million more than Republican incumbent Martha McSally.

An Arizona ballot initiative aimed at increasing transparency for money in politics won't be on the November ballot.

Gage Skidmore

Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation banning cities and towns from requiring groups that spend money in elections from being required to disclosure their donors.

A group of Democratic lawmakers, a union and a voter advocacy group are challenging a 2016 Arizona law that expanded the ability of some groups to spend unlimited amounts of money on elections without disclosing their donors.

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