Thursday September 17th is Constitution Day. To celebrate the signing of the United States Constitution, your State Library of Arizona has partnered with iCivics.org to provide a fun and engaging way to learn about your government. Become the President for a day, run your own law firm, learn about voting and more…
September 17, 2015 – Constitution Day at the Capitol
Celebrate Constitution Day by learning about the relationship between the United States Constitution and the Arizona State Constitution!
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. – See the original, signed, 1910 Arizona Constitution on display at the Arizona Capitol Museum
12:30 p.m. – Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Bales discusses the Arizona State Constitution
1:00 p.m. – Nationally recognized speaker Robert McWhirter on the Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution: The Ninth Amendment: Still a Mystery After all These Years
For more information, or to add to your calendar: http://www.azlibrary.gov/events/1318
Much like the presidents of the United States, state governors also issue Executive Orders. Typically they are issued to establish boards or commissions or to authorize the performance of other functions that are appropriate to the executive authority of the Governor.
Governor Ducey has issued one today, Executive Order 2015-09: Self-Driving Vehicle Testing and Piloting in the State of Arizona; Self-Driving Vehicle Oversight Committee. This order, along with all of the other Executive Orders issued by Governor Ducey and previous Arizona governors, can be found in the Arizona Executive Orders collection of the Arizona Memory Project: