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Andy Biggs might be supplying something to the Arizona Legislature, but it's not leadership

In 1885, Arizona's notorious "Thieving Thirteenth" Territorial Legislature overhauled the public school system, built roads and bridges, established what became the state hospital, created what became Arizona State University and founded the University of Arizona. Despite the fact that they spent much…

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