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Education

Arizona Celebrates School Choice Week

Governor Doug Ducey declared this week, January 24-30, 2021, Arizona School Choice Week to recognize the importance of ensuring families and students have access to learning options that best fit their unique needs. “Parents, teachers and education champions across the state have worked hard to make Arizona a leader in school choice,” said Governor Ducey.

State

Governor Ducey Provides Additional Funding To Support Local Restaurants

Governor Doug Ducey today announced an additional $2 million to further help local restaurants and other dining establishments expand outdoor dining, protect patrons and staff, and limit the spread of COVID-19. “Arizona restaurant owners and their employees have worked diligently to serve patrons and limit the spread of COVID-19,” said Governor Ducey. “Many restaurants have

State

Governor Ducey’s Christmas Message

Governor Doug Ducey today released the following statement in celebration of Christmas: “Christmas is finally upon us. Today is a time of joy and giving. It’s a time for celebration of the birth of Christ and the miracle of Christmas with the people we love most. “I hope all Arizonans find a way to safely

COVID-19

Governor Ducey Extends Enhanced Surveillance Advisory Tracking COVID-19, Health Care Capacity

Governor Doug Ducey issued an Executive Order extending the Enhanced Surveillance Advisory that requires hospitals, testing laboratories and other health care facilities to report detailed information about COVID-19. To help public health officials and local communities make data-driven decisions to fight the spread of the virus, Arizona’s Enhanced Surveillance Advisory, established by Executive Order 2020-13

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Appoints Michael McGill To The Yavapai County Superior Court

Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Michael McGill to the Yavapai County Superior Court. The vacancy on the Yavapai County Superior Court was created by the retirement of Judge David Mackey. Under the Arizona Constitution, judges of the Superior Court in counties with a population of less than 250,000 persons are elected by

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