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State

Governor Ducey Signs Historic Budget

Budget Plan Reduces Taxes For Every Arizona Taxpayer No Matter Their Income Governor Doug Ducey signed Arizona’s fiscally conservative budget for Fiscal Year 2022, which cuts taxes for all taxpayers while investing in education, transportation, public safety, public health, water security and more key areas that matter to Arizonans. “Today I’m proud to sign a

Grants

Prescott CARES Program – Applications Open

The City of Prescott has launched the “Prescott CARES” Program. The city has been awarded a $427,000 grant to help Prescott residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic. Funds will help qualifying Prescott residents with rent, mortgage and utility payments and support struggling businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty to many individuals, families

Education

Seeing red: Bill would cut voter-approved education funds, school supporters say

Red for Ed, the teachers group that spearheaded Proposition 208 – which increases some taxes to hire teachers and bolster teacher salaries – this week returned to the political battlefield to fight a bill it says undermines the will of Arizona voters in November. Education advocates oppose Senate Bill 1783, which would allow some business

State

Governor Ducey Signs Executive Order To Promote Job Creation, Economic Development

Governor Doug Ducey today signed an Executive Order renewing a moratorium on all new regulatory rule making by state agencies, limiting government regulations that inhibit job growth. “Arizona is a pro-business state — and we continue to welcome more job opportunities and new businesses,” said Governor Ducey. “Government should not be getting in the way

Business

As small businesses await new US aid, it’s too late for some

Clay Reynolds is starting to make peace with a gut-wrenching reality: He may have to once again close his business, Arrichion Hot Yoga and Circuit Training. The $900 billion pandemic relief package that Congress has just approved contains billions in aid directed specifically at struggling small companies like Reynolds’. Arrichion received a loan last spring

Opinion

Opinion: Republicans, Hold the Line and Keep the Faith in Georgia

After the electors met and formally backed Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate’s media backers could not contain their excitement. Referring to President Trump as the “Troll-Warrior-in-Chief,” one New York Times story suggested his “ratings ragetweets [will] simply echo in some musty corner of the internet.” CNN’s Chris Cillizza celebrated “Republicans’ current illogic,” while Slate’s merry band of radicals focused on Russian President Vladimir

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