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Arizona governor says she’s vacationing in Alaska

Surrounded by Arizona business leaders, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer holds up HB-2001, the Arizona Competitiveness Package, after signing it into law Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, in Phoenix.  The Arizona Competitiveness Package law includes a mix of targeted business incentives and broad tax reforms designed to improve the Arizona economy.  "The Competitiveness package will make Arizona a magnet for business expansion, relocation, capital formation and investment,¨ said Governor Brewer. This is our roadmap for future economic growth.¨ (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Surrounded by Arizona business leaders, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer holds up HB-2001, the Arizona Competitiveness Package, after signing it into law Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, in Phoenix. The Arizona Competitiveness Package law includes a mix of targeted business incentives and broad tax reforms designed to improve the Arizona economy. "The Competitiveness package will make Arizona a magnet for business expansion, relocation, capital formation and investment,¨ said Governor Brewer. This is our roadmap for future economic growth.¨ (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer says she’s taking her first vacation in more than two years.

Brewer posted a message on her Twitter page late Friday that she’ll be in Alaska for a few days.

She’s vacationing with her husband and Brewer says she had dinner plans with her spouse for Saturday night

Her public schedule for next week starts with appearances Wednesday in Mesa and Glendale, and a speech Thursday in Lake Havasu City.

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