Governor Jan Brewer Archives

Manufacturers Find Business-Friendly Environment In Arizona

Gov. Jan Brewer has done a lot to make Arizona more competitive for manufacturing, economic development leaders say. “The repeal of the energy sales tax on gas and electricity is very big for us,” says Mark Dobbins, co-chairman of the Arizona Manufacturing Partnership at the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “We have a business… Read More →

Deaf Awareness Week spotlights diversity

by in Events | Lifestyle

Throughout the month of September 2013, the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) joins the world in promoting the annual Deaf Awareness Week (DAW). September 23rd – 28th is the time to celebrate the culture, heritage and language unique to Deaf people of the world.  Currently there are more than… Read More →

Jan Brewer – 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Jan Brewer - 50 Most Influential Womenin AZ Business

Jan Brewer – Governor, State of Arizona Brewer became Arizona’s 22nd governor in 2009, inheriting the worst budget deficit in the country. Through her support of free-market principles, competitive taxes, lean regulations and a ready workforce, she has transformed Arizona into one of the most business-friendly states in the nation. Surprising fact: “I’m a gardener… Read More →

Price Corridor's Continuum Park Lands Advanced Business Services Company

  Continuum Science & Technology Park in Chandler’s Price Corridor has landed its first major company — Nationstar Mortgage. Nationstar is one of the nation’s leading mortgage servicers and lenders. Nationstar will be placing 1,200 new jobs in 160,000 SF of space, with an option to expand. The company is currently occupying temporary space in… Read More →

AZ Submits Elementary And Secondary Education Act Flexibility Waiver

by in Education

The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) recently announced that they have submitted an application for flexibility under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). If the application is approved by the U.S. Department of Education, Arizona’s schools will be better able to allocate limited resources and meet the unique needs of the state’s diverse student… Read More →

Arizona’s Mental Health Braces for AHCCCS Heavy Cuts

Arizona Health Care Cuts, AHCCCS
by in Blogs | Healthcare

Sit back, close your eyes — after you have read this of course — and imagine your daughter, friend, brother or spouse suffering with no help in sight. A year ago you saw them excelling in life, overcoming their illness, stable with only happiness for the future when suddenly their standard medication was changed, their… Read More →

Robert D. Dalager Confirmed by AZ State Senate, Named to AZ Commission

Arizona Senate
by in Blogs | Legal | Politics

Attorney Robert D. Dalager of Phoenix-based law firm Gallagher & Kennedy, P. A. has been appointed by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to the Commission on Trial Court Appointments for Maricopa County. This week he was confirmed by the Arizona State Senate into the new position. Dalager is one of five attorneys out of 16 members… Read More →