After intense negotiations, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signs off on $17 billion budget package – Associated Press

Gov. Katie Hobbs has signed into law a $17 billion Arizona budget package that drew criticism from Democrats for failing to limit the expansion of a school voucher program. “While it isn’t perfect, this budget is an important step towards making housing more affordable, building more roads, bridges and broadband access, expanding children’s health insurance, and investing


Governor Katie Hobbs’ Statement on House Passing Budget Bills

Wednesday, the Arizona House passed budget bills with historic funding for housing, hundreds of millions of funding for education, infrastructure investments, and an expansion of the KidsCare children’s health insurance program. Governor Katie Hobbs released the following statement in response: “I’m glad the House passed the bipartisan budget and I look forward to signing it


It’s Time to Hold Republicans’ Feet to the Fire on the Budget – Pat Nolan

Photo: The LD1 Delegation. Top – Arizona State Senator Ken Bennett, lower left,  Rep. Quang Nguyen, and lower right is Rep. Selina Bliss Reprinted with permission from AZFreeNews Governor Hobbs has proposed a budget that is a radical’s dream. It increases funding for a laundry list of pet programs of the radical left, while at


Hobbs and GOP leaders trade notes on budget battle – The Center Square

Republican lawmakers contacted Gov. Katie Hobbs on Tuesday to open up talks about a budget that could reach a bipartisan consensus. Hobbs vetoed a “skinny” budget on Feb. 16, as it did not receive Democratic support. The budget was similar to the one signed by former Gov. Doug Ducey last year, and it garnered bipartisan

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