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Arizona Senate calls off budget vote, adjourns amid rancor

The Arizona Senate on Thursday pulled the plug on a plan to vote on a budget and instead adjourned until June 10 unless they break the impasse earlier on the $12.8 billion spending plan. Republican Senate President Karen Fann announced Thursday afternoon that her hopes of getting all 16 Republican members to back the deal

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Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Dramatically Expand Telehealth

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation to dramatically expand telemedicine in Arizona and provide greater opportunities for accessible medical services, fulfilling a priority of his 2021 State of the State Address. “Ensuring Arizonans have access to safe and reliable medical services is a top priority,” said Governor Ducey. “Telehealth expands access to medical services for low-income families

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Deadly street racing in Arizona outruns efforts to combat it

Ramon Angel Carrasco and his girlfriend were driving home from a Scottsdale bakery in a white BMW in August 2019 when Robert J. Foster pulled up next to them in a light blue Lamborghini. According to a witness account provided to police, Carrasco and Foster revved their engines at a red light on Hayden Road

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Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Expand Broadband

Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation aimed at expanding broadband access in Arizona, advancing a commitment outlined earlier this year in his State of the State address. “Arizona is growing and people are moving here at a record pace — and we need to ensure all parts of our booming state are connected,” said Governor

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