A federal court said Thursday that it will take another look at claims that the proposed Resolution Copper mine should be delayed because it sits on land sacred to the Apache and would violate their religious rights. The announcement by the full 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sets aside – for now – two
Latinos working frontline jobs powered U.S. economy during peak of pandemic, report says – Cronkite News
Photo: Roberto Jovel prepares lettuce for Salvadoreño Restaurant’s dishes in Phoenix in September 2021 Latinos played a crucial role in keeping the U.S. economy humming during the peak of the pandemic, a new report says. As state and city governments mandated COVID-19 related shutdowns across the country, both Latino and non-Latino workforces saw declines, but
Superior Mayor Mila Besich-Lira comes from a family of miners, so she knows it takes a long time to open a mine. But even she is getting frustrated by the years of reviews and court challenges to the proposed Resolution Copper mine. “The Resolution Copper project is a very important piece of our community’s economic
Photo: Patrick Baughman, center, celebrates the anniversary of his gun shop, Against All Enemies. Eight years in the Marine Corps did not make Patrick Baughman a gun enthusiast. Arizona did. After moving to Lake Havasu in 2014 and cycling through what he calls a series of “bum jobs,” Baughman realized that people in the local
More than 75,000 jobs supported by short-term rentals in the Grand Canyon State Airbnb and Expedia Group today released a new report—the Economic Impact of Short-Term Rentals in Arizona’—by Rounds Consulting Group, Inc. (RCG). This new report was commissioned by Airbnb and Expedia Group to better understand how short-term rentals support cities, towns, and the state.
Move 2023 Super Bowl out of Arizona? That’s what faith leaders want because of voting bill restrictions
Faith leaders from around the country are calling for the NFL to move the 2023 Super Bowl out of Arizona, citing several bills they characterize as voter suppression. “We all would love for Arizona to see that kind of revenue, to bring that many people here to invest in our state, but I think there