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Fall of a mall: Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Photoable

Posted by   /  December 12, 2018  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

   

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The best doesn’t exist. A psychologist explains why we can’t stop searching.

Posted by   /  December 12, 2018  /  Off-Beat News  /  No Comments

Psychologist Barry Schwartz on the allure of a doomed mission. By Rachel Sugar | Vox Given that we live in a consumer culture where you can get anything — a T-shirt, fancy whiskey, blood pressure medication — delivered to your door within hours, it is surprisingly difficult to buy things. Do you want jeans? What […]

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Arizona Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of ‘strict compliance’ law for ballot initiatives

Posted by   /  December 12, 2018  /  Courts/Law  /  No Comments

By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a challenge to a 2017 law requiring citizen initiative campaigns to strictly comply with statutory requirements. Previously, the courts had imposed a lesser standard of substantial compliance, meaning initiatives wouldn’t be barred from the ballot over minor defects on issues […]

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Phoenix more “needy” than other Arizona cities, study finds

Posted by   /  December 12, 2018  /  Economy  /  No Comments

  By Adam McCann | WalletHub unger, poverty and homelessness affect every nation — even the richest and most powerful. According to Feeding America, food insecurity plagues every U.S. county, with 40 million individuals lacking access to adequate food. 12.3 percent of the U.S. population lives in poverty. And in the absence of more affordable housing […]

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[IN-DEPTH] Arizona’s two abandoned-mine inspectors face daunting task: ‘We’re all by ourselves’

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  By Chris McCrory | Cronkite News WICKENBURG – Jerry Tyra started working underground in 1960, drilling ore samples to help mine companies figure out whether to develop a mine site. Since 2007, the 75-year-old has been doing a different kind of exploration: scouring the state for the thousands of abandoned mines some of his […]

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‘The Intercept’ questions Kyl’s lobbying ties

Posted by   /  December 11, 2018  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

  By Jeremy Duda | Arizzona Mirror Jon Kyl’s brief return to the U.S. Senate will likely pay dividends when he returns to his old lobbying practice, where he represented clients whose interests he’s promoted since Gov. Doug Ducey appointed him to fill John McCain’s seat, The Intercept reported on Monday. David Dayen of The […]

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[COMMENTARY] The rigged investigation that blew up in NBC’s face

Posted by   /  December 11, 2018  /  By Phil Riske, Media and Entertainment, Transportation  /  No Comments

  By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) As we well know, President Trump calls any news story he disagrees with fake news.  First, it should be noted there is a wide difference between an inaccurate story and one that is out and out fake. In the […]

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The housing boom is already gigantic. How long can it last?

Posted by   /  December 10, 2018  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

  By Robert J. Shiller | The New York Times We are, once again, experiencing one of the greatest housing booms in United States history. How long this will last and where it is heading next are impossible to know now. But it is time to take notice: My data shows that this is the […]

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Arizona rejects Prop. 127, but Phoenix pursues solar energy options

Posted by   /  December 10, 2018  /  Energy and Environment  /  No Comments

  By Jose Ivan Cazares |Downtown Devil Arizona voters rejected Proposition 127 in November, striking down a law that would have required electric companies to generate 50 percent of their electricity using renewable sources by 2020 instead of the 12 percent currently mandated. But energy providers are investing in the technology to increase renewable energy […]

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Cottonwood waives water capacity fees on Mesquite Hills project

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  Developer installed substantially more water capacity than the subdivision will likely use  By Kelcie Grega | CV Bugle Cottonwood City Council waived water capacity fees for the Mesquite Hills Subdivision during Tuesday’s regular council meeting. The subdivision, which was initially proposed to be built in three phases, is still in Phase 1. Phase 1 […]

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