In Mexico, it’s become popular among business and government types to say they’re preparing for the impending negotiation of NAFTA. They say they want to diversify their business interests beyond deals with the United States. And in Mexico’s booming car industry, one big new player — China — is already moving in.
Phoenix-based Cable One, the nation’s seventh-largest cable provider, is getting larger. A $735 million purchase of New Wave Communications is now complete, bringing the total customer base for the combined companies to over 1 million.
Mexico has been victim of drug-related violence and corruption for years. But a new bill passed last Friday may change all that. While the debates around marijuana legalization continue state by state in the U.S., Mexico is just one step away from legalizing medical marijuana in the entire country.
An indictment will move forward in a case involving a real-estate company based in Phoenix. A federal judge Friday declined to dismiss charges against Brian Block, the former CFO of American Realty Capital Properties Inc., a real-estate investment trust.
During his campaign and continuing into his presidency, Trump promised dramatic policy changes and emphasized addressing conflicts with Mexico and “radical Islamic terrorists.” But the latest National Security concerns in Washington are actually coming from North Korea.
The Trump administration has moved to change United States immigration policy, whether it’s on sanctuary cities and interior enforcement or strengthening enforcement at the nation’s border with Mexico.
Today is the deadline for Gov. Doug Ducey to act on a handful of bills, including one that would ban background checks on the transfer of personal property — which may or may not be about guns, depending on whom you ask.
The soda tax would provide Santa Fe an estimated $7.5 million in its first year to expand early childhood education to roughly 1,000 children whose families cannot afford quality preschool and don't qualify for state programs.