Stories tagged: "governor"


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Ducey’s Handling of Coronavirus Data Considered Manipulative by Health Experts

The Governor's office has combined multiple testing data points to give the appearance of a downward trend of coronavirus cases across the state.

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Arizona’s First Woman Governor, Jane Hull, Dies at 84

Hull, the first woman to be elected governor and speaker of the House in Arizona, died within hours of her husband.

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Gov. Ducey: Arizona Economy Will Reopen ‘When It’s Safe’

Gov. Ducey said Tuesday that no one should expect the economy to turn back on as quickly as it came to a halt.

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Renters Get A Coronavirus Reprieve From Evictions in Arizona. Here’s How It Works.

Arizona renters now have protections in place during the coronavirus pandemic, but tenants must alert their landlords if they are unable to pay.

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Gov. Ducey’s State of the State: Five Things You Need to Know

Ducey's sixth annual address took aim at everything from the state’s prison scandal to the ongoing teacher shortage.