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PHOENIX — Unable to advance his proposed $1.9 billion permanent tax cut at the Capitol, Gov. Doug Ducey is now going public — or at least to business interests — in a bid to build … more
PHOENIX — Senate President Karen Fann said the decision by Gov. Doug Ducey to veto bills because he hasn't seen a budget will only make it harder to reach that goal. Sen. Fann told Capitol … more
The United Health Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the publicly-traded UnitedHealth Group, has committed approximately $3 million to Valle de Sol Community Health to improve school-age children’s access to integrated health care in underserved Phoenix communities. more
PHOENIX — The bid by Gov. Doug Ducey to permanently cut $1.5 billion a year of state revenues is based on an economic theory and a set of numbers that may not hold up under closer … more
PHOENIX — Top aides to Gov. Doug Ducey are defending the $1.5 billion cut in tax collections and bailout of the most wealthy as "modest and responsible.'' In a briefing with media on … more
PHOENIX — Arizona's unemployed are going to have to wait at least a year to see an increase in benefits. And even then they may not get them. A deal negotiated between Gov. Doug Ducey and … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey will have to choose among seven nominees to fill a vacancy on the Arizona Supreme Court. But it won't boost his influence on the high court as he is naming a … more
PHOENIX — State Treasurer Kimberly Yee is hoping to ride the same political path as the current governor. In a video release Monday, Ms. Yee announced she wants to be the Republican nominee … more
Experts are hopeful Gov. Ducey’s new cash incentives will lead to more Arizonans getting off unemployment and returning to regular full-time jobs. more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation May 5 that dramatically expanded the use of telehealth in the state and is intended to improve access to medical care. more
TEMPE — Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday he won’t appeal the official census numbers for Arizona despite the financial hit they will mean to the state. The decision comes despite the fact … more
Gov. Doug Ducey on May 4 signed Senate Bill 1453, which allows community colleges to offer four-year baccalaureate degrees. more
Arizona has administered more than 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine since December, with nearly 3 million individuals having received at least one dose and 2.27 million now fully vaccinated, Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced Friday. more
Photocentric Inc., a pioneer in the development of photopolymers and additive manufacturing, announced April 26 it will move its U.S.-based headquarters from Phoenix to Avondale. more
Mask mandates were lifted as of April 19 by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and now schools are addressing mask and COVID-19 protocols as the end of the year nears. more
Face masks are not going away for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year in Peoria Unified School District. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed what would have been the most restrictive measure in the nation on what can be taught about gays and gender identification as well as barring any form of … more
Gov. Doug Ducey rescinded his July 2020 executive order requiring schools to implement face covering policies April 19, but what does that mean for Southwest Valley students, staff and campus visitors? more
PHOENIX — Students and teachers at Arizona schools are no longer going to be required by the state to wear masks. But they can if they want. And local districts remain free to continue to … more
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is blocking government agencies and some businesses from requiring customers to prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. In the latest use of his emergency … more
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