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Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday declared a state of emergency on opioid overdoses, a measure designed to get the state more information to determine what to do next — including whether to follow the lead of two other states that have sued drug manufacturers.

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Gov. Ducey signs bill lowering teacher standards
Governor touts it as a way to ‘attract the best individuals;’ opponents say it burdens teachers with training colleagues

Come this summer, school superintendents and principals will be able to hire people without formal training to teach in their classrooms.

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Gov. Doug Ducey is giving Congress a roadmap of what he said needs to be done – both immediately and later – to repeal and replace the federal Affordable Care Act.

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A panel Gov. Doug Ducey charged with examining ways to improve and simplify public education financing issued a report that recommends a complete overhaul of K-12 school funding.

December 21, 2016
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Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday he does not want the new president and Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act unless and until they come up with a replacement that protects Arizonans.

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Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan and Gov. Doug Ducey are set to officially certify the results of a special election on school funding and police and fire pension measures.

By Associated Press May 26, 2016
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He doesn’t believe government should be in the business of telling companies how much they have to pay their workers.

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