Gov. Doug Ducey and backers of universal school vouchers took a victory lap Tuesday over legislation the Republican-controlled Legislature enacted in June giving the state the nation’s most expansive voucher system, and he also used the time to attack backers of public schools who are trying to block the measure at the ballot.
Arizona voters will face at least eight — and likely as many as 11 — proposals they get to approve or quash in November.
Republican lawmakers are asking Gov. Doug Ducey to sign a bill they concede has no practical effect.