July 24, 2017
Governor Doug Ducey
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Already fighting with educators over his pay hike plan, Gov. Doug Ducey opened a second front Friday, this time attacking members of his own Republican Party.
Gov. Doug Ducey is dropping efforts to open a prison employment center and housing for former inmates who violate release conditions at the county jail in south Phoenix, putting an end to a plan that drew backlash from local officials and the community.
Groups spent $8.2M in such funds in his last election
Gov. Doug Ducey signaled his opposition to a new initiative to forbid anonymous funding of political campaigns, saying it would interfere with the ability of people to participate in campaigns without fear.
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Arizona joins national trend to 'ban the box'
Arizona is joining more than two dozen other states to give convicted felons a foot in the door for employment
Could pay to rebuild existing, dilapidated rest areas
The way Gov. Doug Ducey sees it, Arizona rest stops would be better if they included Starbucks coffee shops, Cracker Barrel restaurants and perhaps even AM/PM gas stations.
Gov. Ducey uninterested in appointing himself to replace McCain