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Ducey says state’s gap in anti-discrimination laws won’t jeopardize future events

Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday he's does not believe that Arizona's lack of laws protecting gays and transgender individuals from discrimination will prevent the state from landing future national events as it has in North Carolina.

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