Arizona opens vaccine appointments to everyone 16 and olderArizona is among the first states to allow anyone to sign up for vaccine appointments. 

In an interview with ABC News’ Martha Raddatz on This Week,  Governor Doug Ducey called out the Biden administration for failed border policies that have led to a surge in illegal immigration, weakened security and a historic humanitarian crisis. On Friday, Governor Ducey visited the border in Cochise County to see firsthand the situation being made worse by the Biden administration’s policies.

As vaccinations continue to ramp up across the state, Governor Ducey announced more than one million Arizonans are officially fully vaccinated and a vaccination site in Yuma is expanding. The Governor this week also traveled to Douglas to discuss safety in border communities and across the state. Details below: 

Rejecting claims the measure amounts to little more than window dressing, a House panel voted Tuesday to give local governments more power to regulate short-term vacation rentals.

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Eastbound US 60 near Morristown overnight lane restrictions planned March 15 and 17
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for the following nightly lane restrictions along US 60 at London Road and Center Street in the Morristown area, for maintenance repairs: 

Arizona has administered its 2 millionth dose of COVID-19 vaccine as the state and local partners work to get the currently limited supply into arms as quickly as possible. As of this morning, 2,016,512 doses had been administered to 1,312,951 individuals, including 711,074 who have received both doses.

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By: Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services March 3, 2021