Penny-Pinchers 

Lawmakers balance the budget—and stash most of the leftover cash

After years of slashing state spending, Republican lawmakers and Gov. Jan Brewer have approved a budget that adds a small amount of money to education and social services, while squirreling away a large chunk of money for the uncertain future. Senate President…

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