Gila County Powers Through Wildfire, Flooding Recovery

Globe, Arizona - Gila County faced a catastrophic wildfire season. Fire and safety officials knew that even when the blazes subsided, these communities still faced threats such as flooding and monsoons.

Arizona Game And Fish Commission Applications Are Open

Yuma, Arizona - The Governor’s Office is now accepting applications from residents in 11 of Arizona’s 15 counties who are interested in serving on the state’s Game and Fish Commission.

Governor Ducey Signs Bill Celebrating Cultural Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Thursday signed legislation allowing American Indian students in communities across Arizona to wear traditional tribal regalia at their graduation.

Governor Ducey Announces Additional $60 Million To Support Hospital Staffing

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Thursday announced $60 million to support staffing at health care facilities that deploy proven techniques to decrease COVID-19 related hospitalizations, including administering monoclonal antibody treatments and offering vaccination at discharge.

Attorney General Brnovich Defends Religious Liberty

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced he is defending religious liberty and the First Amendment in three separate lawsuits, all involving private religious organizations and their authority to hire individuals who support their core mission and beliefs. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has long held that the ministerial exception prevents courts from adjudicating employment-related lawsuits brought by ministerial employees.