Governor Doug Ducey

Democrats opposed to the expansion of school vouchers in Arizona have failed to block a Republican-backed measure that would slightly expand the state's current program.

Northern Arizona University

Governor Doug Ducey has appointed a former aide who now practices law in Phoenix as a member of the Arizona Board of Regents, the panel that oversees the state university system--including Arizona State University, UArizona and Northern Arizona University.

Governor Ducey Signs Bill Cloaking Endangered Species Info

Mar 11, 2020

Governor Doug Ducey has signed a bill requiring state-sponsored endangered species surveys on private property to be kept secret, even from federal agencies charged with protecting plants and animals from potential extinction.

Arizona Reports Another Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus

Mar 10, 2020
Governor Doug Ducey's Office

There has been another confirmed case of coronavirus in Arizona bringing the presumed statewide total to six.   This one announced on Monday has been reported in rural Pima County.

Arizona Department Of Public Safety Director To Retire

Mar 9, 2020

The longtime head of the Arizona Department of Public Safety will retire next month.