An article this week in Forbes Magazine looked at why business leaders in Phoenix and the state are excited about this year, and quotes several of them about why Phoenix and Arizona are good for business.
Families of the 43 Mexican students who went missing last September are touring the United States and sharing their stories. Their goal is to take their case before the United Nations and Amnesty International.
It came as a surprise to many this week when Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio acknowledged he violated a federal judge’s orders in a racial profiling lawsuit and agreed to civil contempt of court charges. But some of the sheriff’s critics worry he is just trying to prevent the full story from coming out in court testimony.
The Maricopa County Superior Court heard oral arguments in the college tuition case for immigrants protected from deportation by the Obama administration. The legal question at hand is whether those immigrants qualify for in-state tuition.
Clean Elections was approved by voters in 1998 and utilized by a large number of candidates. That participation has dwindled quite a bit since the United States Supreme Court got rid of Clean Elections’ matching funds provision.
The issue of unequal pay between men and women performing the same job has generated a lot more conversation in recent years, with President Obama signing executive actions to strengthen enforcement of equal pay laws for women.
In medical school, healthy eating hasn't been part of the curriculum despite its importance in preventing disease and premature death, but now, student doctors are learning to prescribe healthy eating.