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Ducey: ‘No place for sexual harassment’ at Capitol
Let investigators do their job, the governor says

Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday his experience is that women who complain about being sexually harassed are generally telling the truth.

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Ducey set to debut teaching program
Would offer free tuition in exchange for commitment to teach

Willing to spend four years in front of a classroom full of fourth-graders?

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Effort to recall Gov. Ducey comes up short
Organizer did not get enough signatures to recall the governor

It looks like Doug Ducey isn’t going to have to defend his record — at least not immediately — not that there was much of a chance of that happening in the first place.

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Senate health care bill could cost Arizona $7.1 billion
May force the state to take care from more than 400,000 residents

The new Senate health care plan would cost Arizona at least $2.9 billion between next year and 2026 — and perhaps as much as $7.1 billion —according to a new analysis by the Ducey administration.

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Ducey signs teen cellphone bill
Law banning new drivers from texting and making calls goes into effect July 1, 2018

Saying sometimes parental admonitions are not always enough, Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Thursday which will make it illegal for the state’s newest drivers to use their cellphones by behind the wheel.

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Ducey defends lowering standards for teachers
Governor says he’ll sign it; no formal training needed to teach

Gov. Doug Ducey is defending controversial legislation he sought — and is expected to sign — that would allow more people without formal teacher training to lead a public school classroom.

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Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Legislature have given airlines a big tax break, but it comes at the expense of the city of Phoenix.

By Associated Press March 27, 2017