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Dillon covers Education and Criminal Justice for Arizona Capitol Times. From New Jersey, he earned his bachelor's degree in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, with a related area in Film. After graduating, he went on to work for iHeart Media in Phoenix, and became the Social Media Editor for the Phoenix New Times.

Ducey endures year of slings, arrows for Covid handling

To his harshest critics, Gov. Doug Ducey’s efforts largely failed, and many directly blame him for the deaths of more than 16,000 Arizonans. To his loyal supporters, he’s getting results. Arizona’s economy is one of the strongest in the nation and the vaccine rollout has already inoculated at least 20% of the state’s population.

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AG weighs in on governor’s emergency powers (access required)

Arizona lawmakers could take it upon themselves to end a governor’s emergency declaration with a concurrent resolution, which doesn’t require the governor’s signature, but the governor could issue another emergency declaration immediately after termination, says Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

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