Governor Raul Castro. Photo taken in 1974. Copyright 1996 The Arizona Daily Star
Ducey to the state Board of Regents he prefers to focus on results.
Ducey says he does not support House-passed legislation to drop the standards.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said today he intends to sign legislation cutting millions more in taxes even as he signs a budget that cuts millions of dollars from education and social programs.
Ducey stopped in Oro Valley and the University of Arizona during his tour on Tuesday.
Cannot fire 2 Arizona Board of Education staff members, governor says.
Ducey linked his plea with his effort to "fix" the state Department of Child Safety.
The state had pursued drivers for offering rides for pay without meeting mandated legal requirements.
Governor scraps idea to use donations for disabled vets to fund cemeteries.
The University of Arizona cut is part of a $75 million package of proposed cuts to the state's public university system.
Ducey's nearly $9.1 billion spending plan also cuts funding to promote tourism and dips into other state funds.
The new graduation requirement begins with the current crop of sophomores.
A host of state officials was sworn in Monday.
Details on how Arizona's new governor will deal with the economy to be spelled out in the Jan. 16, State of the State address.
Governor's 10 top aides each received $10,000.
School finance, budget, campaign finance top list of things to do.
Her political career started with a 1982 run for the state House.
Gov.-elect plans accounting maneuvers, borrowing to ‘balance’ Ariz. budget.
He's also asking for funds to cover ceremonial parts of his inauguration.
New governor must reach out to Tucson.