January 8, 2018
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey
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Gov. Doug Ducey has avoided giving a deposition in a false-arrest lawsuit filed by a man once charged in some of the freeway shootings that set metro Phoenix on edge for weeks during the summer of 2015.
In formally launching his reelection bid, the governor touted what he said is the turnaround of the state’s financial fortune.
Technically speaking, Ducey has no say: Ratification is subject only to state House and Senate approval.
Arizonans who don’t take pretty much any job after being out of work for at least four weeks will lose their unemployment benefits.
Package teachers are demanding with walkout not being addressed
Republican legislative leaders were closing in on a deal late Thursday to give Gov. Doug Ducey the pay hike he wants for teachers, some changes to the $10.1 billion budget sought by GOP lawmakers – but not the package being demanded by tens of thousands of educators who walked off the job.
In the latest sign that Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's wide-ranging school safety proposal faces major issues in the Legislature, a Republican senator sponsoring the bill has pulled it for revisions.
Gov. Doug Ducey is working to cobble together the votes for his comprehensive school safety plan.
Gov. Doug Ducey is defending his decision not to include universal background checks in his new school safety program.
Gov. Doug Ducey's administration wants the next state budget to include $2 million to replace dilapidated housing
Gov. Doug Ducey’s third annual Governor’s Bookmark Design Contest begins Wednesday
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is set to deliver his fourth state of the state address and outline his policy proposals for the 2018 legislative session.