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June 14, 1989 | From United Press International
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford underwent cataract surgery on her right eye Tuesday. "Everything went fine," St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center spokeswoman Debra Gelbart said. Details of the surgery were not immediately available.
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December 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford defended Sen. Dennis DeConcini at ethics hearings Friday, testifying that his help for Charles H. Keating Jr. was given at a time when the businessman was held in high esteem. Mofford, who knew the Arizona Democrat as a 10-year-old altar boy, was a character witness for DeConcini--one of five senators under investigation for their intervention with federal regulators on behalf of Keating.
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December 20, 1989 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford was reported to be in stable condition Tuesday after surgery the day before to remove her gallbladder. Her surgeon said there is an "excellent chance" that the 67-year-old Democrat will be back on her feet in time to give her State of the State address on Jan. 8.
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January 19, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford announced that she will not be a candidate this fall to extend her time in the office she acquired through the impeachment of former Gov. Evan Mecham. The 67-year-old Democrat made the announcement in Phoenix on her first day back at work following surgery Dec. 18 to remove her gallbladder. She said health was not a factor in the decision.
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December 18, 1989 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford entered a hospital Sunday after complaining of chest pains, a spokesman said. Mofford, 67, entered St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, said Vada Manager, the governor's press aide. The hospital did not immediately issue a report on Mofford's condition, but Manager said a preliminary check indicated a gallbladder problem. "She did not have a heart attack," he said.
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January 19, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford announced that she will not be a candidate this fall to extend her time in the office she acquired through the impeachment of former Gov. Evan Mecham. The 67-year-old Democrat made the announcement in Phoenix on her first day back at work following surgery Dec. 18 to remove her gallbladder. She said health was not a factor in the decision.
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April 14, 1988
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford, freed from the threat of a recall aimed at her predecessor, began filling empty slots in state government, but said she had not decided whether to seek a full term in 1990. Meanwhile, former Gov. Evan Mecham criticized Tuesday's state Supreme Court decision canceling the recall election but declined immediate comment on his own plans. In a radio interview, Mecham said an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court of the state court ruling is "a possibility that's open to us."
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May 24, 1988 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford suffered a mild concussion in a fall from a rostrum and will work from her home all week, her spokeswoman said Monday. Mofford fell about 2 feet from a rostrum during an anti-drug meeting in Yuma on Sunday night but went on to joke about the fall and give her talk. Dr. Timothy Harrington, a neurosurgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, diagnosed the mild concussion, said Vada Manager, Mofford's spokeswoman.
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December 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Gov. Rose Mofford was released from the hospital today, nine days after emergency surgery to remove her gallbladder. Mofford, 67, who checked into St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center on Dec. 17, said as she left the hospital that she was feeling good and "anxious to get well." Press secretary Vada Manager said Mofford has been walking around several times a day and doing some work from her hospital bed.
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December 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Gov. Rose Mofford was released from the hospital today, nine days after emergency surgery to remove her gallbladder. Mofford, 67, who checked into St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center on Dec. 17, said as she left the hospital that she was feeling good and "anxious to get well." Press secretary Vada Manager said Mofford has been walking around several times a day and doing some work from her hospital bed.
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December 20, 1989 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford was reported to be in stable condition Tuesday after surgery the day before to remove her gallbladder. Her surgeon said there is an "excellent chance" that the 67-year-old Democrat will be back on her feet in time to give her State of the State address on Jan. 8.
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December 18, 1989 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford entered a hospital Sunday after complaining of chest pains, a spokesman said. Mofford, 67, entered St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, said Vada Manager, the governor's press aide. The hospital did not immediately issue a report on Mofford's condition, but Manager said a preliminary check indicated a gallbladder problem. "She did not have a heart attack," he said.
NEWS
June 14, 1989 | From United Press International
Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford underwent cataract surgery on her right eye Tuesday. "Everything went fine," St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center spokeswoman Debra Gelbart said. Details of the surgery were not immediately available.
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July 9, 1988 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford will not face charges in connection with gifts she gave as secretary of state or financial disclosure statements she filed as a public official, Maricopa County Atty. Tom Collins said Friday. Collins said technical violations in her statements were not "significant, in that they did not involve large amounts of money or personal gain for Gov. Mofford." The gifts, Collins said in a written statement, were "given in the state interest" and in Mofford's official capacity.
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May 24, 1988 | Associated Press
Gov. Rose Mofford suffered a mild concussion in a fall from a rostrum and will work from her home all week, her spokeswoman said Monday. Mofford fell about 2 feet from a rostrum during an anti-drug meeting in Yuma on Sunday night but went on to joke about the fall and give her talk. Dr. Timothy Harrington, a neurosurgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, diagnosed the mild concussion, said Vada Manager, Mofford's spokeswoman.
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May 1, 1988
Arizona Atty. Gen. Bob Corbin said he is investigating whether to prosecute Gov. Rose Mofford for omitting land, loan and partnership transactions from sworn financial-disclosure statements. Corbin is prosecuting Mofford's predecessor, Evan Mecham, over omission of a $350,000 campaign loan from similar disclosure statements. Mofford succeeded Mecham in April after articles of impeachment were voted by the state Senate.
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