Political round-up: Barber gets A-10 amendment passed, gay marriage case rejects inanimate object argument

2014-05-08T09:00:00Z Political round-up: Barber gets A-10 amendment passed, gay marriage case rejects inanimate object argumentBy Joe Ferguson Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today:

• Key House panel OKs plan to save A-10 for at least a year azstarnet.com

• Fired CPS workers are 'scapegoats.' lawyer says azstarnet.com

• Green Party drive for a place on the ballot may come up short azstarnet.com

• Gay marriage case rejects inanimate object effort azstarnet.com

• Court holds law enforcement liable for notification mix-up in girl's death azstarnet.com

• The Skinny: Lonely at the Top, All's Fair tucsonweekly.com

• Female Trouble - CD2: Barber and McSally clash over the War on Women and pay equity tucsonweekly.com

• Tobin Cites Benghazi in Fundraising Pitch tucsonweekly.com

• Polls: Ariz. GOP gubernatorial primary race wide open azcentral.com

• Judge refuses to stay order backing Ariz. voter-ID rules azcentral.com

• Montini: Is Tom Horne using AG's Office as campaign headquarters? azcentral.com

• New developments in expanding VA-care furor azcentral.com

• DuVal unveils plan for job growth azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

 

Contact reporter Joe Ferguson at jferguson@azstarnet.com or 573-4346. Follow him on Twitter @JoeFerguson

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