By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona’s population is poised to top 7 million people next year, based on average and highest growth
By Constance Halomen-Wilson | Queen Creek Independent The Queen Creek Town Council unanimously approved the Queen Creek Transportation Master Plan during the Dec. 7 council
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Financing the state’s freeway needs could mean Arizona motorists will pay higher gasoline taxes, will see an entirely
By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune A controversial attorney argued that he is doing “God’s work” to help disabled Arizonans as he found himself
By Jessica Boehm | The Republic This summer, the Conair Corporation, best known for manufacturing blow dryers and curling irons, will open a new distribution center near University of
By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News A plan for Club West homeowners to buy their beleaguered golf course would require them to kick in
By Bob Bryan | Business Insider Looking at the US economic landscape as it stands, it appears that in many parts of the country, the
(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) By Sam Diedrich | Forbes Throughout 2016, U.S. housing prices continued to rise by about
By Howard Fischer | Arizona Capitol Times Business interests are using arguments supplied by the Ducey administration in their bid to quash the minimum wage
Attorneys argued whether a pending hike in the state’s minimum wage should be put on hold until there is more time to argue the merits
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — Local officials cannot use federal laws outlawing marijuana to refuse to provide necessary zoning for dispensaries,
NPR via CDC By Yana Kunichoff and Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic Research on the effect of masks in public schools found schools in Maricopa
The Senate’s “audit” team presented its report on Sept. 24, 2021. L to R: Ben Cotton of CyFIR, Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas, Randy Pullen.
By Ken Sain | Arizonan Leah Powell, Chandler’s neighborhood resources director, freely admits she was worried going into the 2020 Census. That’s because millions of
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County working to bring new transportation infrastructure to the region.) By
By Jay Taylor | InMaricopa An enormous development is in the works that could bring more than 6,000 homes and 17,000 residents to the city.