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AG Brnovich Announces $2 Million Investment in Fiber-Optic Infrastructure in Arizona

AG Brnovich Announces $2 Million Lumen Technologies Arizona Investment in Fiber-Optic Infrastructure The investment will benefit small businesses, consumers, and government services in underserved rural areas. Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Lumen Technologies (Lumen), formerly known as CenturyLink, announced that the company will invest $2 million in fiber-optic infrastructure across Arizona. The investment is required

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Eggnog Voted Arizona’s Favorite Christmas cocktail!

1/5 say they are detoxing in preparation for a boozy holiday season. 34% admit they start drinking first thing in the morning on Christmas Day. As temperatures drop, trees go up and fireplaces are aflame, it can only mean one thing… the countdown to Christmas 2020 has begun. Following an extremely challenging and rather un-festive

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Help is on the way for Customers Struggling to Pay Utility Bills

Yesterday the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to help ratepayers struggling to pay their electric bill know there is at least a bit of light heading into 2021. Through the Commission’s action, Arizona Public Service, Tucson Electric Power and Unisource Electric will automatically enroll ratepayers behind on their bills who may be subject to disconnection in

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Arizona Department of Revenue Auctions Off Unclaimed Property Items

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will hold a public auction of unclaimed property from abandoned safe deposit boxes beginning Thursday, December 10. The sale will take place online only and will feature the contents of safe deposit boxes (which include jewelry, coins, currency, and a variety of collectible items) that have not been claimed

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