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If you’re in the Arizona real estate world, these are the 10 stories you need to know about this week. This is a regular list
The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor a plan to spend as much as $197 million on economic development, reports Inside Tucson
The U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday it has filed criminal charges against the two highest-ranking British Petroleum (BP) supervisors aboard the doomed Deepwater Horizon
If you’d like to discuss immigration law, contact RLG attorney Brian Bergin., email@example.com A federal court Thursday blocked key provisions of South Carolina’s anti-immigrant
[OP-ED] By Joseph A. Kanefield, who previously served as an assistant Arizona attorney general, state election director and Gov. Jan Brewer’s general counsel. The Arizona
HOUSE Appropriations Committee: Rep. John Kavanagh Education Committee: Rep. Doris Goodale Judiciary Committee: Rep. Eddie Farnsworth Government Committee: Rep. Michelle Ugenti Technology and Infrastructure Committee:
Bowing to a request from Republican governors, the Obama administration announced late Thursday it would give states more time to decide whether to build online
By Maryann Battle Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Navajo and Hopi leaders were in Washington this week meeting with federal officials and lawmakers over what steps,
In the run-up to last week’s election, Glendale’s mayoral and council candidates were in sync: The cash-strapped city faced with more than a billion dollars
As reported by Phoenix Business Journal, Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd. announced Thursday evening it was slowing production at its Goodyear facility and laying off
By Kristena Hansen Phoenix Business Journal If you’d like to discuss real estate matters, contact Rose Law Group Founder Jordan Rose, firstname.lastname@example.org A private property
By Mark Cowling Casa Grande Dispatch Arizona State Parks Director Bryan Martyn was found guilty of misdemeanor disorderly conduct Thursday afternoon in Florence Municipal Court.
By Joe Henke Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Mesa Mayor Scott Smith had a message Thursday for White House and congressional lawmakers he met with to
By Marc Lifsher Los Angeles Times SACRAMENTO — California environmental officials moved ahead with a first-ever auction of greenhouse gas pollution credits despite a last-minute
10. The ancient Sumarians who invented arithmetic 9. Properly functioning voting machines 8. People unwilling to get a Romney/Ryan face tattoo 7. Actual goats 6.
By Mike Saucier @MikeTheSauce This was the week the election hangover subsided and the march toward the holidays began in earnest.
“The Arizona Corporation Commission approved EPCOR’s application to construct a standpipe for water service to the Rio Verde Foothills community today. This is the long-term solution that I
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Wags Capital.) By Ron Davis | Phoenix Business Journal Just over a month after Scottsdale City Council gave a continuance
Photo via Resolution Copper featuring Superior Mayor Mila Besich and Resolution Copper’s President and General Manager, Vicky Peacey, second and third from left respectively. (Disclosure:
(Photo via KLMR Homes) By YourValley KLMR Homes, a Scottsdale-based homebuilder, has opened its first project – Bellos at The Summit in Fountain Hills. The