Arizona Supreme Court rejects challenges to 2 initiatives

Terry Goddard speaks during an election night party on Nov. 4, 2014, in Phoenix. Republican Gov. Doug Ducey and the GOP leaders of the state House and Senate are urging the state Supreme Court to overrule lower court judges and block three voter initiatives from the ballot. Goddard, a former Arizona attorney general, is among a bipartisan group including business figures backing an initiative requiring full disclosure of political spending. (Matt York/AP, File)

Terry Goddard speaks during an election night party on Nov. 4, 2014, in Phoenix. Republican Gov. Doug Ducey and the GOP leaders of the state House and Senate are urging the state Supreme Court to overrule lower court judges and block three voter initiatives from the ballot. Goddard, a former Arizona attorney general, is among a bipartisan group including business figures backing an initiative requiring full disclosure of political spending. (Matt York/AP, File)

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