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Deck was stacked against fight for clean elections

The fight was worth it on principle, Munger Tolles says, and in its lessons for young lawyers.

, The National Law Journal

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In the decade before Arizona voters passed a 1998 law giving state candidates public campaign financing, they'd seen one governor impeached and another resign after being convicted of fraud. At one point, nearly 10 percent of the state Legislature was under indictment following a corruption sting related to gambling proposals.

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