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  1. Mar 30, 2022 · PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey is terminating the state’s COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency based on the state reaching thresholds established by the Arizona Department of Health Services that show the virus is no longer as widespread as it once was.

  2. Depending on the findings, the Emergency Management Director will request that DEMA's Director makes a recommendation to the Governor to declare or not declare a state emergency. If the Governor declares a state of emergency, a maximum of $200,000 can be allocated for Public Assistance.

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  4. Mar 11, 2020 · PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today issued a Declaration of Emergency and an Executive Order to provide health officials and administrators with tools and guidance necessary to combat the continued spread of COVID-19 and to reduce financial burdens on Arizonans by lowering healthcare costs associated with the virus.

  5. Nov 08, 2022 · Arizona Emergency Declarations Amendment (2022) The Arizona Emergency Declarations Amendment is not on the ballot in Arizona as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 8, 2022 . The ballot measure would have empowered the Arizona State Legislature to terminate the governor's emergency declaration by concurrent resolution.

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    When the Governor declares a state of emergency, other than a state of war emergency, the emergency can be ended “by concurrent resolution of the legislature declaring it at an end,” as per A.R.S....
    If the Legislature terminates a state of emergency declared by the Governor, thereby terminating all of the Governor’s emergency actions, can the Governor:
    A.R.S. § 26-307(A) gives counties, cities and towns the power to “make, amend and rescind orders, rules and regulations necessary for emergency functions but such shall not be inconsistent with ord...
    Under the current statutory framework, the Legislature can only terminate or modify a duly-declared state of emergency “by [a] concurrent resolution” under A.R.S. § 26-303(F).
    Even if the Legislature terminates a declared state of emergency, the Governor may declare a new state of emergency and re-institute prior measures so long as the conditions for the existence of a...
    Regarding the emergency powers of local jurisdictions:  (1) the powers granted to counties and municipalities under A.R.S. § 26-307(A) are not equivalent in scope to the Governor’s powers under A.R...

    The coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”) prompted the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to declare a Public Health Emergency on January 31, 2020, and the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic on March 11, 2020. See Alex M. Azar II, Determination that a Public Health Emergency Exists, U.S. Dep’t of Health & Hum. Serv. (Jan. 31, 2020...

    This Opinion first addresses the relationship between the Legislature and the Governor with respect to terminating a state of emergency under existing Arizona law. The Opinion then addresses whether the Governor may declare a new state of emergency after the Legislature has terminated a prior state of emergency and how such a new emergency (in esse...

    Under the current statutory framework, the Legislature cannot terminate or modify a duly-declared state of emergency other than through termination through a concurrent resolution under A.R.S. § 26-303(F). Even if the Legislature terminates a state of emergency, the Governor may re-declare a state of emergency and re-institute prior measures so lon...

  6. Feb 26, 2022 · Arizona House Republicans unanimously support ending an emergency declaration that has not received their consent to continue beyond a couple weeks. Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, continually has renewed his emergency declaration, which initially was ordered in March 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic had just begun.