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Arizona Horizon

Legislative Update & Campaign Ruling & Charles Keating

Video duration: 26:00Video has closed captioning.

Luige del Puerto from the Arizona Capitol Times will give us the latest news from the State Capitol. Dan Barr, a local attorney, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that lifted limits on the total amount of money people can give during one election cycle to political candidates. Also, Michael Manning, the lead prosecutor in the Keating case, will discuss the troubled legacy of Charles Keating.

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