Week In Review: Giving Prisoners A REAL Second Chance
February 17, 2017
Governor Ducey Leads The Push To Help Former Inmates Succeed "I'll have the tools that I've learned here," Robert Barron said. "How to cope better, out in that life, in the real life -- not the prison life. And maybe become a better, productive citizen. That's what I hope to accomplish out of this program."
A Truly Heartwarming Adoption Story Tara Montgomery—a single mother who takes care of her three daughters and still manages to work full-time at a school—showed exactly what Arizona values are all about when she adopted her new son, Michael, in December 2016.
Tara Montgomery and her family are an inspiration. Congrats, Michael!
5 Frederick Douglass Quotes Worth Reading On His Birthday A writer, orator, and abolitionist whose actions made the United States a stronger nation, Frederick Douglass was an inspiration whose legacy will live on for centuries. On the anniversary of Douglass’ birthday, February 14th, here are five quotes that apply as much today as when he delivered them.
Arizona Celebrates Its 105th Birthday "We continue to welcome outsiders and embrace people of all backgrounds and experiences," said Governor Ducey. "We offer boundless opportunities to those we need it most."
Celebrating 105 years of 'WOW' moments in AZ.
Cutting Red Tape Governor Doug Ducey's staff is researching dozens of citizen suggestions to eliminate unnecessary state regulations, especially if they hamper local businesses.
Waving The Checkered Flag For Business Peeling in with Jimmie Johnson in the Lowe's 48 car, Governor Ducey proclaimed February 16th Jimmie Johnson Day, in honor of Arizona's strong economic partnership with NASCAR and Phoenix Raceway.
Jessica Pacheco Appointed As Arizona-Mexico Commission President “The vision and professionalism that she brings to her new leadership position will be invaluable assets for our state as we continue to forge stronger economic and diplomatic ties with our largest international trading partner and neighbor to the south,” said Governor Ducey.