May 13, 2017
Gov. Doug Ducey
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Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday signed legislation which sets for the first time ever a minimum age for marriage in Arizona.
A key legislative bill for funding public education was signed by the governor last week, a big step toward finding long-term solutions to support student success, said Christine Thompson, chief executive officer and president of Expect More Arizona.
Gov. Doug Ducey is targeting “bad actors” such as doctors, pharmaceutical manufacturers and drug dealers with new legislation aimed at curbing Arizona’s opioid epidemic.
Rebuffed last year in his bid to impose a work requirement on Medicaid recipients, Gov. Doug Ducey is trying again.
Mexico’s ambassador to the United States said Wednesday those concerned about deteriorating relations between his country and ours need to speak up.
Gov. Doug Ducey endorsed the concept of the President Donald Trump and Republican tax cuts Monday even though he conceded he has little idea of what’s in the plan.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has given 44 of his staffers raises of up to 20 percent despite offering teachers increases of less than 1 percent because of a lean budget, according to a newspaper analysis.
Arizona’s three universities are in compliance with constitutional requirements to keep instruction “as nearly free as possible,’’ Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday, despite what Attorney General Mark Brnovich contends.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday said his support for former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio shouldn't be read as a slap in the face of the state's Latino voters.
A group that opposes a major private school voucher expansion bill signed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey this spring says it is on track to collect enough signatures to place the law on hold.
Acting less than 24 hours after legislative approval, Gov. Doug Ducey inked his approval Thursday to a measure designed to encourage people to rescue children and pets trapped in vehicles.
Gov. Doug Ducey inked his approval Friday to a nearly $9.82 billion spending plan for the new budget year that begins July 1.