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  • "Let's encourage job growth by getting the government out of the way. Let's strive for excellence in education by applying Arizona standards, not federal standards. And importantly, let's enforce immigration law with no amnesty," she said at a news conference at the Capitol. "If you stand up to the federal government ... you can actually make a difference."

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  • She said Monday she's running as an outsider with broad business experience who has testified before Congress and is a strong supporter of gun rights.

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