Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Rep. Greg Stanton would bring more money to Arizona to use drones to inspect roads, bridges and other infrastructure. House Resolution 5315, known as the Drone Infrastructure Inspection Grant Act, would dispense about $200 million in federal funding – half for state, local and tribal governments to purchase drones and the other
Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona, called the bipartisan VICTIMS Act a “step in the right direction” toward addressing rising rates of violent crime in the state and nation Violent crime rates in Arizona rose faster and remained higher than the national rate in recent years, according to the latest data from the FBI. Violent crime –
October 20, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall or Via Zoom The City of Prescott invites representatives of local nonprofit organizations, City Departments, and for profit organizations to attend our 2022 CDBG Needs Workshop. Staff will provide a brief overview of eligible activities and national objectives and allow for question an answer regarding potential
Attorney General Brnovich Co-Leads Bipartisan Coalition Calling on Congress to Modernize State Systems for Sealing and Expunging of Criminal Records
One-third of Americans Have Records of Arrest or Prior Conviction, Creating Barriers to Employment, Education, Housing & Economic Opportunity Attorney General Mark Brnovich co-led a bipartisan coalition of 22 attorneys general urging Congress to provide federal funds for state systems and technology upgrades needed to seal and expunge criminal justice records. These funds could help
Governor Doug Ducey today announced the state will distribute $40,256,793 in federal funds to support Arizonans facing homelessness and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable populations. “We want to make sure Arizonans have access to resources that will keep them safe and healthy, especially as we enter the new year,” said Governor Ducey. “These
President Trump signed a memorandum yesterday to hold local politicians accountable for refusing to protect their communities from ongoing riots, looting, and mass property destruction. Per the memo, Federal agencies will identify what funds are provided to Seattle, Portland, New York City, and other jurisdictions that have allowed violence, lawlessness, and property damage to persist.