PHOENIX, March 25 – Gov. Ducey said he’s weighing the arguments on S1445 (public records; peace officer’s name), which would keep the names of police officers who are involved in shootings secret for 60 days. “We’re very thoughtfully reviewing that, and we’ll make a decision here in the next couple of days,” he told our reporter today. Gov. Ducey said he’ll receive a briefing on the legislation today and wants to hear from both sides of the debate. “I want to better understand it, understand both sides’ positions on this, and then make the best possible decision,” he said.