Governor Doug Ducey

Nearly half of nonprofits in Arizona will be unable to serve the public within the next month because of the heavy toll brought by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Plan For Arizona Legislature To Meet Called Off

May 1, 2020

The Arizona Legislature will not meet as planned Friday after Republican leaders failed to reach agreement on whether to adjourn for the year or resume a session interrupted by the Coronovirus pandemic.

Arizona’s stay-at-home order is set to expire Thursday, April 30, but Governor Doug Ducey has not yet announced whether he will allow the order to end, extend it, or modify it with a new set of restrictions. The order started on March 31.

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Governor Doug Ducey and state department of health officials have announced an effort to test 30,000 to 60,000 people for the new Coronavirus over the next three weekends, according to the Arizona Republic.

Gov. Ducey's Judicial Appointments Set New State Record

Apr 27, 2020

Republican Doug Ducey has become the Arizona governor to appoint the most judges in the state court system.