Arizona’s attorney general says a total abortion ban that has been on the books since before statehood can be enforced and Louisiana’s attorney general is warning doctors against performing abortions even while a ban there is temporarily blocked, as states grapple with long-halted laws in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn
Gov. Doug Ducey
Gov. Doug Ducey signed several bills on Wednesday regarding abortion, voting and transgender youth, echoing the conservative legislative agenda that’s sweeping many states. The laws ban abortion after 15 weeks, ban transgender girls from participating in girls’ school athletics, ban children from receiving gender reassignment surgery and create stricter identification requirements for voters who only
Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Strengthen Background Checks For Nursing Care Facilities Workers
Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation that strengthens background checks for the individuals who want to work at Arizona’s nursing care facilities. The bill was among 19 bills signed into law by the Governor. “Our nursing homes and assisted living facilities deserve accountability and leadership from their supervisors,” said Governor Ducey. “SB 1242 accomplishes this.
23-mile construction project anticipated to begin in 2022 Following a comprehensive procurement process, the Arizona Department of Transportation has entered into negotiations with the apparent preferred developer to design, construct, operate and maintain improvements to Interstate 17 between Anthem Way and Sunset Point, a major stretch of highway that sees more than one million travelers
Governor Doug Ducey welcomed a new manufacturing company to Arizona by traveling to Prescott for the grand opening of its new headquarters after relocating from California. CP Technologies is expected to create more than 200 jobs over the next two years and have additional economic impacts on Yavapai County. “Arizona’s manufacturers produce vital resources for
Legislation Guards Law-Abiding Manufacturers From Frivolous Lawsuits Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation to protect the Second Amendment rights of Arizonans by safeguarding against frivolous lawsuits that have no connection to unlawful use of firearms. The new state law mirrors federal law that was passed on a bipartisan basis. “With efforts currently underway in Washington to