Supporters of a massive expansion of Arizona's private school voucher system say public school advocates have failed to file enough valid signatures to temporarily block the law ahead of a proposed 2024 ballot referendum.
Rules put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic have led to several new Arizona laws on masks and vaccines, plus new transportation laws. Here's what you need to know.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey spoke during a meeting with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, in the latest of a series of visits by U.S. political leaders that have stirred the ire of China.
Arizona Gov. Ducey said 11-day project closed 3,820 open feet of the wall with 130 shipping containers.
Ducey is on a mission to woo suppliers for the new $12 billion Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp. (TSMC) plant being built in his state.
A voter initiative rolling back Republican-backed election law changes and expanding voting access will not appear on the November ballot, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday, issuing a final death knell after an on-again off-again series of court rulings.
Gov. Doug Ducey and other Republicans have argued that tax cuts boost business prospects and can lead to higher state tax revenue in the long run.
H.B. 2853 ensures that every K-12 student in the state will be eligible for scholarship funds to help offset tuition at private schools and other education costs, according to a news release from the governor's office.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said in a series of tweets that Republicans in the state must unite behind the newly named GOP nominees heading into the November election to "ensure Arizona remains a beacon of freedom and prosperity."
A judge has dismissed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s demands that the state stop sending millions in federal COVID-19 relief money to schools that don’t have mask requirements or that close due to outbreaks.
"Help is on the way" to Coconino County. Gov. Ducey says the number one priority is to ensure our communities are safe and getting the help they need.
A bill that was signed into law by the Arizona governor on July 6 bans recording law enforcement officials within 8 feet.
SB 1159, introduced by State Senator Rick Gray, allows people without a bachelor's degree to start and finish their training as a teacher while in college.
Arizona’s governor has signed a law that restricts how the public can video police at a time when there’s growing pressure across the U.S. for greater law enforcement transparency.
While Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has signed into law a massive expansion of the state's private school voucher system, the new law is still facing challenges from opponents who are looking at options to block it.
“Karrin is the real deal — pro-life, pro-gun and pro-wall — and she’ll stand up to Joe Biden and the radical left,” Ducey said in a video announcing his endorsement. “Karrin is a strong, new leader for Arizona.”
The new legislation will put the money toward the new Water Infrastructure Finance Authority, which will be focused on buying new sources of water and building new infrastructure to import water into Arizona.
In addition to the $335 million fencing appropriation, the Arizona budget’s border funding contains $209 million in funding for border-related enforcement.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed into law his eighth and final state budget, an $18 billion spending plan that uses a record surplus to invest in education and infrastructure while lowering state debt and preparing for an economic downturn.
The governor is reportedly asymptomatic and feeling well, and thanked former Vice President Mike Pence for his “continued advocacy” on border security.