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Arizona’s COVID Cases Are Surging, Yet Ducey Wants to Cut Funding From Schools That Lose Enrollment

Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman said Ducey was ignoring the reality of COVID-19 and its effects on schools.  Schools that have lost students during the pandemic would see their funding cut under a proposal Gov. Doug Ducey outlined Monday in his annual state-of-the-state address, a speech that hardened his longstanding resistance to school and...

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Five Things to Expect From the Arizona Legislature This Year

Republicans have rejected calls to raise the state's unemployment benefits above $240 per week while demanding COVID liability protection for businesses.

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Arizona Electoral College Votes Confirm Biden Win

The location of the event was not publicly disclosed because of concerns about protesters. Arizona’s 11 Electoral College members cast their votes for Democrat Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris Monday, following state law that requires delegates from the party whose candidates received the most votes to back the winning candidate. The 11 electors...

The Last Arizona County Finalizes Election Tally. Biden Has Won Arizona.

Elected leaders in the last Arizona county to certify results signed off on their tally, setting the stage for state leaders to formalize Biden's win.

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5,000 Deaths Later, Health Experts Still Say Gov. Ducey’s COVID Response Was Too Slow

Whether Ducey deserves credit or blame for alternately controlling and unleashing the virus is not in doubt — observers say he's earned both.

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Gov. Ducey Ignored His Own COVID-19 Safety Advice. Again.

Ducey attended an event at the White House Thursday without a mask, despite encouraging Arizonans to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Ducey Declares State of Emergency Over Coronavirus. Here’s What That Means.

As of Thursday morning, 115 people have been tested for the coronavirus in Arizona, and nine have contracted the illness.