Doug Ducey

Gov. Doug Ducey signs bill requiring health coverage for biomarker testing for precision medicine

Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2144 on Friday, a measure that will enhance statewide access to precision medicine. Get the latest state-specific policy intelligence for the health care sector delivered to your inbox. The bill requires hospital and medical service corporations, health care service organizations, disability insurers, and group...
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signs 'Right To Try 2.0' into law

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a follow-up to a signature piece of Trump-era medical legislation. Ducey signed the Right to Try for Individualized Treatments bill into law Monday, expanding on health care reforms originally touted by former President Trump. The Republican president signed the original Right to Try Act into law in 2018. The legislation aims to allow experimental but potentially life-saving treatments for terminally ill patients without the approval of the Food and Drug Administration.

Gov. Doug Ducey signs two bills that help advocate for victims’ rights

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Gov. Doug Ducey has signed two bills supporting victims’ rights in a ceremony that coincided with the start of Arizona Crime Victims’ Rights Week, which is April 24-30. Fighting antisemitism. Rep. Leo Biasicci of Lake Havasu City sponsored H.B. 2675, which requires the Arizona...

Kari Lake Calls Primary Opponent ‘Doug Ducey in a Dress’

The Arizona gubernatorial race is heating up in the Republican primary, as candidates attempt to distinguish themselves from each other. Former news anchor Kari Lake, who is leading in polling and has Donald Trump’s endorsement, has been calling out Karrin Taylor Robson’s record, referring to her as “Doug Ducey in a dress.” Lake is highly critical of Ducey’s record on COVID-19 restrictions, lack of action on border security, and, she says, being weak on election integrity.

Does Gov. Doug Ducey really think cops in Alaska can help secure the Mexican border?

Gov. Doug Ducey has spent about $100 million in state funding on his Border Strike Force, an effort that he’s now taking nationally. But in practice, the group does little work at the U.S.-Mexico border. Imagine how much the governor could’ve accomplished if he had used that $100 million to stop drug traffickers at the border or to fight drug addiction instead. Drug...

Arizona’s Gov. Doug Ducey helps launch 26-state border strike force

PHOENIX – Republican governors in 26 states, including Arizona, launched a border security coalition on Tuesday that aims to provide “solutions to the failure of the federal government.”. “The American Governors’ Border Strike Force will serve as a force multiplier in the fight against criminal activity directly tied...

Gov. Doug Ducey appoints DC lobbyist and business executive to ABOR

Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Gregg Brewster and Doug Goodyear to the Arizona Board of Regents in March to succeed two regents whose terms expire this year. Current Regents William Ridenour and Ron Shoopman were appointed to ABOR in 2014 by former Gov. Jan Brewer and are finishing out their eight-year terms. Ridenour and Shoopman's departures mark the last of the 10 regents elected before Ducey took office, and soon every member on the Board will have been elected by Ducey.