Whose Bright Idea? 

A new political group spreads debunked claims while its supporters remain in the shadows

As members of the Pima County Board of Supervisors seek re-election, a shadowy nonprofit organization is making a demonstrably false claim about missing money in the county's transportation budget. And at least one Republican candidate who is seeking to win a seat…

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