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Governor Ducey Announces Paul Marsh As Arizona State Mine Inspector

Marsh Will Succeed Inspector Joe Hart, One Of The Longest-Serving Leaders In Governor Ducey’s Administration  Governor Doug Ducey announced the appointment of Paul Marsh to serve as Arizona State Mine Inspector upon Joe Hart’s retirement from Arizona state service. “Paul Marsh has over 25 years of industry experience and will bring a wealth of knowledge

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Governor Ducey Announces $3.5 Million To Assist Arizonans, Small Businesses

Programs To Support Continued Economic Growth, Financial Recovery As State Emerges From Pandemic Governor Doug Ducey  announced $3,575,000 to support programs that help Arizonans and small businesses recover financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This past year has brought extraordinary challenges on Arizonans and businesses across the state, and we are committed to

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Arizona Historical Society Announces Dr. David Breeckner As the New Executive Director

Dr. Breeckner Will Lead the State’s Oldest Historical Agency Starting December 2021 The Arizona Historical Society (AHS) is proud to announce Dr. David Breeckner (pronounced “BrEHck-ner”) as the incoming Executive Director. With a passion for history and learning, Dr. Breeckner will start his tenure in December 2021. AHS Board President Linda Whitaker announced, “We have

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Governor Ducey Statement On OSHA Overreach

Governor Doug Ducey today released a statement in response to the Biden administration’s threat to revoke the Industrial Commission of Arizona’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration authority. “The federal government’s threat to strip the ICA of its OSHA authority is nothing short of a political stunt and desperate power grab,” said Governor Ducey. “The ICA

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Arizona farms turn to petting zoos, corn mazes, concerts and festivals to survive

From petting zoos and hayrides to corn mazes and concerts, some farms in Arizona are opening their gates to the public with farm-based entertainment to diversify revenue and stay in business. Across the U.S., over 50,000 farms report at least a portion of their income comes from what’s known as “agritainment,” according to Penn State

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DES Partners with Utility Providers to Distribute $36 Million for Households in Need

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Economic Security announced today the Department will provide a total of $36 million to support eligible households in need of temporary utility assistance and ensure continuity of services. “The team at the Arizona Department of Economic Security continues to find new and innovative ways to support Arizonans

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