Arizona Voters to Decide if State Should Ignore Some Federal Laws
If voters approve the measure, it would allow lawmakers, or the voters directly, to decide on a case-by-case basis if the state should withhold staffing or other resources needed to carry out a federal policy.
The 2014 election is more than 14 months away, and the field — from governor to Legislature — is far from set. But one thing is certain: Voters will get to decide on another state-sovereignty issue.
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