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The Legislature wants to end Project White House, stop voters from hiking taxes, and sample urine from the unemployed

Project White House candidates set out to change America by running for president. Instead, it appears as if they're on the verge of changing state law—to ensure that frivolous candidates never again darken the Arizona presidential-preference ballot. House Bill 2379 sailed through…

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