Phoenix, Arizona - In the 2018 State of the State address, Governor Doug Ducey detailed an aggressive policy agenda focused on improving the lives of our state’s citizens and recognizing the spirit of service that moves Arizona forward. From passing an extensive legislative package to address opioid addiction to restoring recession-era cuts to education and rewarding Arizona teachers with a 20% increase in teacher pay – this session the governor worked alongside legislators of both parties to deliver on this commitment.

Phoenix, Arizona - Raises are on the way to Arizona teachers.

Phoenix, Arizona - Today, local Navajo businessman and entrepreneur, Shawn Redd, announces his run for Arizona U.S. Senate. The democrat is a member of the Navajo Nation. Originally from Cortez, Colorado, Redd has lived and done business in Arizona for 15 years. His mother was a Nez, from the Redhouse Clan and belongs to the Kaibeto Chapter. Growing up, Redd got a taste for entrepreneurial life working at his father’s car business in the Four Corners area. At a young age, Redd was tapped as a consultant to the Navajo Nation for more than 20 years, where he focused on economic development issues.

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the filing of a consumer fraud lawsuit against Arizona-based DIY Neurocare of America, LLC and its CEO Lyle Day. The lawsuit alleges DIY Neurocare refused to issue refunds to elderly consumers for LED light systems that supposedly treated symptoms of peripheral neuropathy and other ailments.

Tucson, Arizona - The University of Arizona College of Nursing is one of only 31 U.S. schools of nursing selected to receive a prestigious grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to increase the number of nurses holding PhDs.