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Douglas wants more than Ducey’s funding assurances for unfinished IT work (access required)

Ducey’s assurance isn’t enough, said Douglas’s spokesman, Stefan Swiat. The department wants the governor’s office and the Arizona Legislature to publicly spell out how much exactly they will set aside for the IT needs, he said.

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