Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation that will prevent state health officials from ever adding a COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required school vaccinations and bar face mask mandates in any buildings operated by state or local governments.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says smugglers are using social media platforms to glamorize human trafficking in order to recruit young people who are paid to sneak migrants across the border.
Under the new law, the bar will be required to pay for attorney fees and court costs if it pursues discipline but doesn’t win the case.
The legislation’s signing was hailed by the American Cancer Society, which called biomarker testing a critical step in assessing precision cancer treatments.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation that prohibits government agencies from requiring COVID-19 vaccinations and bars schools from mandating masks for students under age 18 unless their parents approve.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that the state’s voters do not have the right to reject a massive income tax cut approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature and Gov, Doug Ducey.
Arizona is flush with cash but lawmakers are weeks into an impasse over the coming year’s state budget and now looking at unusual solutions to try to break the logjam.
House Bill 2707 states the moment of silence is one-to-two minutes and “can be used for contemplation in a manner determined by the student and their parents.”
Arizona is the only state that requires documentary proof of citizenship when registering to vote.
Doug Ducey worked instead to defend his signatures on bills that bar transgender girls and women from playing on girls sports teams and barring gender affirming surgery for anyone under age 18.
The 17 pallets of Arizona military equipment will be transported to Ukraine by the Ukrainian Relief Group and is expected to be delivered in the next two weeks.
State fire officials have a dire warning for Arizonans, as they say above normal rainfall this past winter has contributed to a perfect storm of sorts that can mean an extreme wildfire season in 2022.
“This virus isn’t completely gone, but because of the vaccine and other life-saving measures, today we are better positioned to manage and mitigate it,” Ducey said in a statement.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's signing of an election bill means Arizonans will need to prove citizenship and residency to vote in the presidential election. Opponents say the new law will hurt more than 200,000 voters.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey officially ended our state of emergency on March 30. "This virus isn’t completely gone, but because of the vaccine and other life-saving measures, today we are better positioned to manage and mitigate it."
The governor spoke at the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations' 17th Annual International State of the State to highlight the state's “robust international partnerships.”
Friday’s action extends temporary licenses issued since the Arizona governor first declared a state of emergency on March 11, 2020. They will be valid until the end of the year if they were active at the start of this month.
Gov. Doug Ducey was joined by the organization for the official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Special Olympics state office and distribution center in Goodyear. With the help of the million dollar donation, the building will supply distribution services, uniform production, and equipment for youth and inclusive sports in Arizona.
Proponents of extending an existing half-cent sales tax that funds Maricopa County transportation projects are closer to seeing it on the county ballot in November after the state Senate approved the measure.
A shadow primary of GOP critics of former President Donald Trump is beginning to take shape to determine who is best positioned to occupy the anti-Trump lane in 2024.