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Ducey: Time To Pour Gas On Arizona's Economic Momentum


Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey touted the state's economic comeback and promised more is on the way as he addressed business leaders in advance of the upcoming legislative session. 

The Republican governor told about 1,500 people Friday at the annual Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry's legislative forecast luncheon that the state's economy has recovered since he took office in 2015 and he expects that to continue in the last three years of his tenure.

Ducey gave vague promises to boost education spending in the coming budget, and he also promised to keep cutting or simplifying taxes. 


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