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  • Arizona's clean-election law is pruned, but not uprooted

    Arizona's clean-election law is pruned, but not uprooted

    Clean-elections laws have a way of withering away, especially since the Supreme Court's controversial Citizens United ruling, but Arizona is still struggling to keep political campaigns fair.

  • Races where the environment matters. Sort of.

    Races where the environment matters. Sort of.

    Though environmental issues won't be decisive at the ballot box, candidates' green records could still matter -- if environmental super PACs have their way.

  • The West's super PAC megadonors

    The West's super PAC megadonors

    A few wealthy Westerners (and others) are attempting to influence elections via personal checks to super PACs and their more secretive counterparts, 501(c)(4)s.

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