Election headlines in Arizona last year were not all about who won and who lost the races. Now, a state representative has introduced a host of bills aimed at fixing some of those problems: Ken Clark, a Democrat representing Phoenix.
On Mondays, we like to step out on the ledge a bit and take a look ahead to what’s to come at the state Capitol. Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services talks about what’s on his radar for this coming week.
President Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees came late Friday night but that didn't keep it out of the news cycle. Cato Institute Immigration Policy analyst Alex Nowrasteh describes the potential motivations for this stunning announcement and subsequent policy implications.
And, members of Congress have been involved in this issue over the weekend, both in terms of protests, and intervening in individual cases, trying to get passengers released from airports. With me on the line now from Washington, D.C., is Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva, a Democrat representing District 3.
Health care is one of the bigger industries in Arizona, and was one of the few that continued to add jobs through much of the Great Recession. So how might changes to, or the elimination of, the ACA affect the state and its economy.
For certain industries in Phoenix it is a job seeker’s market. Data from the online jobs platform, ZipRecruiter, finds there are nearly two positions open for every person looking for a job in finance and insurance.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department estimates there are more than 25,000 sandhill cranes in the Sulphur Springs Valley in southeastern Arizona. And the public can watch them thanks to the Arizona Game and Fish’s webcam.
A Supreme Court ruling against the town of Gilbert prompts the city of Peoria to look at its rules. In 2015, the court sided with a church that claimed Gilbert treated its temporary signs differently than other temporary signs. That led planners in Peoria to start revising a sign code that’s been in place for nearly 30 years.