Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced plans to dramatically shift how the Department of Justice and prosecutors deal with drug offenders. Sessions seems prepared to bring back the so-called “War on Drugs.”
You don’t have to look too hard to find political bombast — ideologues on either side of the aisle blasting those on the other side. For my next guest, what’s missing in political discourse — and policy-making — today is political moderation.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is readying its plans for which House seats currently held by Republicans it should target for defeat. We explored the Democratic strategy with Kyle Kondik, who analyzes House elections for the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics.
The city of Phoenix has long seen itself as an innovative leader — and some signs around town still list it as the “Best Run City.” And on Wednesday, Governing magazine honored Phoenix with its first-ever Governing and Living Cities Equipt to Innovate award.
After passing the House earlier this month, the American Health Care Act is on its way to the Senate. But first the Congressional Budget Office will review it once more. Today, the CBO releases their latest score of the legislation. It will provide updated estimates and projections of insurance over the next decade.
Phoenix-based PetSmart Inc. announced on Friday that it is looking to raise $1.35 billion through a private debt offering of senior first lien notes, due in 2025. The company is also anticipating another $1 billion in funds, provided as an equity contribution from an existing investor group.
Last week, the top U.S. trade official formally notified the Congress the intention to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). What the American government will do is still unclear, but Mexican and Canadian authorities say they’re ready.