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A growing number of school districts in need of upgrades or repairs are looking to voter approved funding sources, like bonds and overrides. In the last 2 years, Arizona voters approved more than $2 billion in bonds alone. But what happens when money to cover building needs relies on the success of a campaign?
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era “net neutrality” rules, paving the way for internet providers to slow or block access to certain services or charge more for faster speeds. The move has the potential to affect startups, including those that help seniors.
The city of Phoenix has extended the deadline for water hauling to New River and Desert Hills. This comes after those communities secured a commitment from EPCOR to build a new site for water hauling, one outside of the city.
A few days ago, Iraq’s prime minister declared that the Iraqi military had “fully liberated” all of his nation’s territory from ISIS forces. Here to talk about ISIS and Iraq and the organization’s future is Linda Robinson, senior international policy researcher at the RAND Corporation.
As expected, the FCC voted to end net neutrality, which has been in effect since 2015. Consumer groups are worried that the new development may create a have and have-not situation when it comes to web access and use.
The job market is evolving in this country, as is the labor market. Richard Fry is a Senior Economist with the Pew Research Center who studies this, and recently took part in a panel on it at the Western Governors’ Association meeting in Phoenix.
The Force seems to have been with the producers of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" last night — Forbes reports it brought in an estimated $45 million to 50 million on its opening night. So, what makes a successful sequel? We put that question to Subimal Chaterjee, a Professor of Marketing at the State University of New York at Binghamton.
Senator Marco Rubio has threatened to vote “no” on the GOP tax bill unless the child tax credit is expanded, a change he introduced to the Senate version of the bill alongside Senator Mike Lee of Utah. Will this be the sticking point in the final vote on the bill?