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AG says county breaking law by withholding election materials

Maricopa County is breaking the law by refusing to provide the materials demanded by the state Senate, Attorney General Mark Brnovich concluded August 26. 

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Sarah Rose Pirzada as the State of Arizona’s newest Chief Operating Officer, overseeing all state agency operations and managing the Governor’s cabinet.

Biden warns governors against prohibiting mask mandates

Governor Ducey Assesses Flood Damage In Gila Bend

Governor Ducey Calls For Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Resignation Following Leaked Comments

Governor Ducey Appoints Megan A. McCoy To The Mohave County Superior Court.Governor Ducey Appoints Christina Spurlock As Mohave County Clerk Of The Superior Court

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced $5 million to launch the Back to Work Small Business Rehiring and Retention Program, with a special focus on helping Arizona businesses affected by wildfires and flooding. 

Border issues dominated the news as the second week of August comes to a close, with Gov. Ducey calling for the resignation of the Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. 

The Governor also named a new chief operating officer, touted a significant investment in broadband and honored the brave Navajo Code Talkers who are the very definition of the Greatest Generation

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Join us via Zoom – it’s free to attend! The Arizona Legislature expanded gaming and approved sports betting this year, and, for the first time in state history, residents can place their bets in September – just in time for the NFL season. How will sports betting work in Arizona? How is the new industry shaping up? What can residents expect in the coming weeks? What benefits will the state accrue? Tune in to the conversation – it’s free to attend!

Governor Ducey, Local Leaders Continue Work To Support Coconino County

Governor Requests FEMA For Additional Assistance In Gila Bend


AG says businesses can make workers get vaccination
Private businesses in Arizona are free to require that their workers be vaccinated against Covid, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has concluded.

Surprise, AZ (August 23, 2021) Surprise is currently seeking event exhibitors and sponsors for the 2021 SciTech event that will take place from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 6, 2021, in the Surprise City Hall Courtyard, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. 

What’s causing the delay in getting housing assistance? Do renters face eviction now? What should renters do if they received an eviction notice? Where can they turn to for help? What kinds of assistance are available? 

Recovery & Assistance For Gila Bend Residents 
Following the devastating flooding in Gila Bend over the weekend of August 13, Arizonans are asking how they can assist those affected. 

We are an independent public opinion research company that has been hired to conduct a voter survey to obtain feedback on some key issues facing Arizona.

Supreme Court to consider Senate public-records case

It’s going to be at least another three weeks before Arizonans have any chance of getting access to all of the documents in the hands of Cyber Ninjas that show how it has conducted its audit.

The Arizona Legislature expanded gaming and approved sports betting this year, and, for the first time in state history, residents can place their bets in September – just in time for the NFL season. How will sports betting work in Arizona? How is the new industry shaping up? What can residents expect in the coming weeks? What benefits will the state accrue? Tune in to the conversation – it’s free to attend!

Helpful Contacts:…..State Ombudsman’s Office, hhtp://www.azleg.gov/ombudsman/default.asp State A ttorney General – Public Records Publication https//www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/docs/agency-handbook/ch06.pdf