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Special session brings lawmakers back, undermines GOP leadership
Governor Jan Brewer's decision to call lawmakers into a special session to finish the state budget and approve Medicaid expansion has deepened the divide within the Republican party. It has also brightened the line that separates supporters and opponents of the expansion.Steve Goldstein got updates on the special session from Jim Small of The Arizona Capitol Times and House Minority Leader Chad Campbell.
Former House Speaker Kirk Adams said the governor should have consulted with Senate President Andy Biggs and House Speaker Andy Tobin before calling for the special session. Adams called it a "political power play."
Former Majority Whip Chris Herstam said the governor was wise to use her power to move the session along at a time when some Democratic supporters were ready to leave the state on pre-planned trips and vacations.