By Jordain Carney | The Hill Former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) is urging Republican lawmakers to not support President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign amid an
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star A group of businesses has united to oppose the initiative being circulated to legalize
SAFE Banking Act still faces objections from cannabis opponents and some civil rights advocates By Brooke Staggs | Orange County Register The House of Representatives
Builder CNBC’s Jim Cramer sits down with Taylor Morrison Homes Corp.’s CEO Sheryl Palmer, who sees a surge of interest among millennials in home ownership.
By Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group has named attorney and partner Adam Trenk director of the Rose Law Group, pc cannabis and hemp departments.
By Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic A new Fry’s Marketplace is coming to Gilbert. Retail developer Evergreen Devco broke ground this week at the Post
By Adrian Skabelund Arizona Daily Sun Another person has thrown their hat into the ring in hopes of sitting on Flagstaff City Council. Northern Arizona
By Amy Joi O’Donoghue | KSL With Utah’s population expected to double in just three decades, the impact to the state’s critical resources like air,
By Bob Burns | The Fountain Hills Times With a recommendation in hand from the Planning and Zoning Commission to deny the application, the Town
The Aspen Institute has trained hundreds of the world’s business and political leaders. Linda Kinstler asks whether debating Plato over gourmet dinners can provide an
By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun Staff Continental Country Club is embroiled in a fight as a group of residents push for three members
By Rudy Rivas | AZFamily Sedona’s largest privately owned estate, the El Rojo Grande Ranch is officially on the market. The estate features an equestrian
Agreement is key to keeping EVRAZ in Pueblo, implementing Xcel Energy’s clean-energy goals By Judith Kohler | The Denver Post A key piece of Xcel Energy-Colorado’s
By Stephen Perez, Cronkite News On a fall Friday night, Julia Chambers cheering section at Skyline High School takes up an entire corner of the
KTAR.com House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff called it a parody. An Arizona congressman is calling it a “blatantly false” statement deserving of rebuke.
Volker’s resignation comes amid reports that he was involved in the Trump-Ukraine investigation By Andrew Howard | State Press /ASU student newspaper first source nationwide
Justice Clint Bolick By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick contracted COVID-19 over the holidays, a court spokesman confirmed. Aaron
Officials erected fences around the state Capitol complex last week, after demonstrators, some armed, showed up to protest the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win.
Rep. Bret Roberts, R-Maricopa, explains his concerns about legislation to require mandatory prison terms for anyone who sells fentanyl, no matter how small the amount/
Flickr By Jeremy Duda | Ariona Mirror More than six years after he was first elected governor on a platform of getting Arizona’s income tax
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Ann Siner of My Sister’s Closet and Judge John Buttrick in their litigation efforts against 208.) (Photo Source: Brad Duell)