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Governor Ducey Announces Latest Actions To Fight COVID-19, Increase Hospital Staffing

Governor Doug Ducey today announced a series of meaningful actions to fight the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona, support our hospitals and frontline health care workers, and provide the state’s hard-hit restaurants with the resources needed to keep patrons and staff healthy. Speaking at the State Public Health Laboratory, Governor Ducey outlined measures to ensure

Opinion

Opinion: Will the American Dream Be Another Casualty of COVID-19?

Keeping the doors open at this local favorite is becoming more difficult. Jennine and Dave Dayler are committed employers and members of their local community in Brookfield, Wisconsin. They have worked hard to keep the doors of “Saloon on Calhoun with Bacon” open during COVID-19. But as Wisconsin approaches its eighth consecutive month of heavy-handed restrictions on

COVID-19

Amid COVID, many businesses in precarious spot as 2020 ends

The final three months of the year, usually a boom time for many small businesses thanks to holiday shopping and celebrations, looks precarious as the coronavirus maintains its grip on the economy. Owners contending with government restrictions or crumbling demand are trying to hold on, with some creating new products and services or desperately searching

Opinion

Opinion: America, It’s Time for a Drink

After last week’s presidential debate, Americans could be forgiven for desiring a stiff drink. In fact, the entire political landscape in America right now is depressing enough to make anyone want to head straight for the bottle. And surprisingly, your fiercest political enemies might actually agree with you in this case. As the nation rolls

Opinion

Opinion: The Bleak Winter Ahead: Unemployment and a Contested Election Result

A winter of discontent looms. Unlike Shakespeare’s Richard III, it won’t be made glorious by anything now in sight. Instead, it promises a tsunami of misery for many and the ugliest election in U.S. history. At a time which calls for new energy, new thinking and a recasting of the social contract, two old men

Opinion

Opinion: Beware Those Coming After Your Delivery Apps

The pandemic has, for better or worse, forced us to live online. That has made internet retail, digital services and delivery apps a godsend for millions of us sequestered at home. This entirely new sector of the economy has allowed us to safely buy and enjoy without the risk of coronavirus. At the press of

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