The Opening Ceremony for the 2nd Regular Session of Arizona’s 53rd Legislature was held on Monday. Governor Doug Ducey also delivered the State of the State Address.
Politicos had a lot to say:
— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) January 8, 2018
Today kicks off the 2018 legislative session and we have a lot of work to do! Our top priority is public education, and we’ll need your help. Make sure your voice is heard by signing up for the Request to Speak system. #NoVouchers #SaveOurSchools https://t.co/erzQ7IyJuW
— Lela Alston (@LelaAlstonAz) January 8, 2018
— Heather Carter AZ (@HeatherCarterAZ) January 8, 2018
And they’re off! The first Resolution was filed today. HR2001 pic.twitter.com/Lb1tpb7UZB
— Michele Reagan (@VoteReagan) January 8, 2018
— Dawn Penich-Thacker (@DoctorRhetorica) January 8, 2018
With all the talk about women by the Governor, I didn’t hear a call for the ratification of the #ERA. You’d think guaranteeing equality for women in the US Constitution would be at the top of his list.
— Rep. Athena Salman (@AthenaSalman) January 8, 2018
Consider me underwhelmed by Gov Ducey's #azsots. Big on stories, light on substance. Very little on how we're going to support our K-12 teachers and public schools. Nothing on investing in our community colleges or universities. What will the numbers show on Friday?
— Sean Bowie (@seanbowie) January 8, 2018
— Pam Powers Hannley (@P2Hannley) January 9, 2018