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Could this be a real bipartisan deal?

The copper dome at the Arizona Capitol.

The Arizona Legislature, within the waning days of its 2022 session, is engaged on a state funds for the fiscal year starting July 1.

The funds course of was fraught early on because the GOP management was not capable of get all of its members on board. Some have pushed for extra spending on key wants resembling water infrastructure, housing support, roads and schooling. Others have stated even a bare-bones funds is extreme. Earlier this week, legislative leaders unveiled a practically $18 billion funds for the 2023 fiscal year.

Follow protection of the state funds vote by Arizona Republic reporters right here.

12:50 a.m.: Democrats voting for funds

Arizona House Democrats introduced that they’d negotiated a take care of Republicans on a bi-partisan funds that includes “significant new investment in K-12 public education and universities.”

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