December 15, 2020

COVID-19

From the Governor’s Office: Chambers of Commerce get COVID monies and Vaccine News

Governor Ducey Announces $1 Million In COVID-19 Relief Allocated To Chambers   Governor Doug Ducey today announced the recipients of a competitive $1 million grant program allocated to chambers of commerce across the state to implement or expand initiatives that support small businesses and accelerate local economic recovery. The grant dollars come from the Chamber

Opinion

Opinion: It’s Time to Move Up Inauguration Day

Imagine, for a moment, President Trump staying in office past January 20 even though he lost the election. Seems wild, until you realize that this was once common practice. Before 1933, an out-going presidential administration would remain in office until March 4. It wasn’t until the ratification of the 20th Amendment during the last days of the

National

2020’s Most Caring Cities in America – WalletHub Study

With the holidays approaching and Americans needing care and compassion in the midst of a global pandemic, high unemployment and the aftermath of a stressful election, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Most Caring Cities in America. In order to identify the most compassionate places in America, WalletHub compared the 100

Politics

Arizona Electoral College votes confirm Biden win

Arizona’s 11 Electoral College members cast their votes for Democrat Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris Monday, following state law that requires delegates from the party whose candidates received the most votes to back the winning candidate. The 11 electors chosen by the Democratic party were charged with representing Biden after he won the

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