Gun control measures that would improve background checks and make it harder for terrorists to buy guns face votes Monday in the Senate, but none are expected to get enough votes to move on.
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A Connecticut senator who started a nearly 15-hour filibuster got his goal - the Republican controlled chamber agreed to allow votes on two proposed gun control measures.
Arizonans for Mindful Regulation says other proposal doesn't decriminalize far enough.
The office says there's already a federal court challenge to the ability of the state to increase withdrawals from the education trust account to boost school funding.
Will likely need court order to get nominee listed.
The state's top election official insists she could not have done anything different ahead of the March 22 vote.
Readers express support for voter approved initiatives, Oak Flat, going out to vote.
Two races are still close, two have larger margins.
Those who miss the deadline can drop ballots off off though Tuesday Aug. 25.
Group says it's already preparing anti-pot campaign as supporters gather signatures.