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What’s inefficiency to some

Ducey and lawmakers have perennially touted charter schools’ highest achievements, including the reputation by some as among the best in the country. But a new study by the Grand Canyon Institute, a centrist research group, claims that charters are financially inefficient.

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Much work remains on Ducey professional licensing bill

Much work remains on Ducey professional licensing bill

One of Gov. Doug Ducey’s top priorities from his State of the State address took its first step toward completion as a House committee signed off on his plan to eliminate licensing requirements for a handful of professions, but there is still much work to be done before the proposal is in its final form.

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Cautious Ducey

Ducey is taking a cautious approach to legislative proposals to restore KidsCare, the federally-funded children’s health insurance program. Though the proposals come at no cost to the state and include provisions that would allow Arizona to pull the plug if federal funding decreased, Ducey is wary.

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