By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is asking Gov. Doug Ducey to veto legislation to make it more difficult for him and other prosecutors to seize property unless changes are made in the measure.
And the governor said he is listening.
The governor, for his part, said he wants to see some sort of legislation.
“I think this is an area of law in need of reform,” Ducey said.
But Ducey said he is getting lobbied by prosecutors to quash the measure if it arrives on his desk in its current form. And he would not say whether he is willing to sign this legislation which was approved unanimously by both the House and Senate.