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There is no simple immigration path for entrepreneurs to come start businesses in the U.S. That’s why President Obama created the International Entrepreneur Rule which created a path for these innovators. But the Trump administration isn’t so fond of this rule, and it’s left some entrepreneurs in the lurch.
The Trump administration has adopted a foreign policy dramatically different from its predecessors. Here to talk about that is Jeffrey Engel, director of the Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University and author of "When the World Seemed New: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War."
New robotic technology is fundamentally changing the way surgeons are trained and it’s creating some problems for surgery residents, according to Matt Beane, project scientist with the Technology Management Program at UC Santa Barbara.
The state Attorney General’s Office and Arizona Trucking Association this morning announced a new partnership to help victims of human trafficking. Here to talk about this is Tony Bradley, president and CEO of the Arizona Trucking Association.
There have been plenty of debates in the past year that have put GOP members on Capitol Hill at odds with one another, the latest being about earmarks, those funds for specific projects that were slipped into other legislation before being banned in 2011.
In an interview in KJZZ's studio, Gov. Ducey said most of the new spending in his $10.1 billion budget proposal would go to K-12 education. Along with education funding, Ducey said to expect to hear more later this week about the special session he plans to call to deal with the opioid epidemic.
The department reports its silent witness program, Operation Game Thief drew almost 1,100 reports of wildlife violations from poaching, to feeding wild animals and possessing restricted animals.The department issued 76 citations, netting $74,500 in civil fines. The majority of citations, 55, were for the illegal take of big game.
After two false alerts warning of imminent missile attacks were issued in Hawaii and Japan in the last several days, many on the U.S. mainland are concerned how the incident could have happened in the first place.
The Flagstaff City Council will vote Jan. 16 on a resolution against the proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The resolution would boycott doing business with companies involved in the wall’s construction.