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Topic - Steve Voeller
The high court's ruling Monday “is really the first break in the dam on public financing in Arizona,” said Mr. Voeller.
"Our money would be tripled against us," said Mr. Voeller. "So if we wanted to support a candidate, we'd have to think long and hard about whether it would do any good."