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Here’s how Arizona businesses can win federal infrastructure funds

2 Aug

New details have emerged regarding how small businesses might be able to win some of the federal dollars flowing to…

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Arizona lawmakers raise requests for earmarks by $194 million

31 Jul

WASHINGTON – Add another item to the long list of things that Republican and Democratic members of Arizona’s congressional delegation…

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Sinema’s landmark Chips and Science Act passes Senate

31 Jul

Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema’s Chips and Science Act – landmark legislation investing a historic $52 billion in domestic semiconductor manufacturing – passed…

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Arizona Trump donors double down after Jan. 6 panel questions election fund

28 Jul

Scottsdale resident William Acorn had made occasional donations to conservative candidates in the past, but never considered himself an “avid…

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How NAIOP, Phoenix Chamber, Tech Council stand on political issues

8 Jul

NAIOP Arizona announces positions on 4 ballot propositions for Nov. 8 general election The Arizona Chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real…

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Senators announce agreement on gun safety reform

13 Jun

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators announced an agreement on principle for gun safety and reform legislation Sunday. U.S. Senators…

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Arizona lawmakers split as House passes gun reform after Uvalde shooting

10 Jun

Arizona legislators voted on party lines this week as the House rushed through a pair of sweeping gun reform bills…

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Which candidates will be on the ballot in the August primary?

9 Apr

Monday marked the deadline for candidates running for office in Arizona to submit the required signatures to qualify to appear…

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Bill banning most abortions after 15 weeks passes Arizona Senate

28 Feb

A bill banning abortions after 15 weeks gestation, except in cases of medical emergency, has passed the state Senate on…

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Abortion fight in Arizona heating up, even as Supreme Court weighs Roe

28 Jan

The Supreme Court is expected to weaken or reverse its landmark Roe v. Wade abortion-rights ruling this year, but advocates…

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