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Gov. Doug Ducey

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Ducey, top Arizona lawmakers call for bipartisan water deal

Faced with reduced levels in Colorado River reservoirs, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday that securing the state's water future is its most pressing issue.

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It took big bucks to be front and center at Ducey inaugural

A Tucson auto dealer gave more money than anyone else for some seats at Monday's inaugural. Records obtained Wednesday by Capitol Media Services show Jim Click at the top of the donor list at $25,000.

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$10,000 for VIP seats to inauguration of top officials

Want to watch today’s inauguration of the state’s top officials in person but don’t want to be stuck in the cheap seats – or left standing? You can get an up-close view. But it’ll cost you.

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Ducey orders flags lowered to honor Marine killed in crash

Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday ordered that flags on state buildings be lowered to half-staff to honor a U.S. Marine from Arizona who was among six killed in an air collision last week of Japan's south coast.

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Ducey orders flags lowered in remembrance of Pearl Harbor

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered all state flags to be flown at half-staff for the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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Ducey sued to have senate seat filled via election

Claiming Gov. Doug Ducey acted illegally, the former chairman of the Arizona Libertarian Party has sued to give voters a say in who replaces John McCain – and soon.

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Gov. Ducey to light Capitol Christmas tree

The state Capitol is getting in the holiday spirit as Gov. Doug Ducey lights the Christmas Tree in the lobby of the executive tower in Phoenix.

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Ducey names former foe to Arizona regents

Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Fred DuVal Monday to the Arizona Board of Regents four years after getting himself elected by blasting his Democrat foe for sharp increases he approved in university tuition.