(Phoenix, AZ) -- APS is going to have one last shot to disqualify all of the 480-thousand signatures on a renewable energy ballot measure during a five day trial later this month. The Arizona Capitol Times says the utility claims the measure's organizers violated state election laws by not identifying its sponsor. The judge said even if that were the case, APS doesn't have the right to sue and try to stop the initiative on that grounds because it's the Secretary of State's job to enforce election law, not APS. However, the utility is still free to try to prove that three-fourths of the gathered signatures are invalid.
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