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If President Obama negotiates a massive new trade bill but doesn’t tell the general public about it, can it still go into effect? Can it still deplete our jobs and prosperity, the way past trade agreements like NAFTA and the recent Korean trade agreement have? Can it still lead to a destructive trade deficit?
The small fees meant to boost the city’s general fund and make up the budget deficit are taking effect across the city.
Rejecting a last minute plea for a reprieve, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge ordered state officials to immediately start coughing up more than $300 million for public schools.
A state senator was found dead Monday afternoon on a Navajo County ranch, the possible victim of a balky horse.
It could have been a Cinderella moment.
As we approach the primary election, Arizona is in an envious place right now. Of the six Republicans running for the governor’s office, each of the four front-runners arguably have the credentials to become a good governor for our state.
After signing a letter of intent to be acquired by Arizona State University, one of the state’s top business schools faces a hurdle that has hindered it in the past.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association announced it will have to start charging schools for postseason participation, along with other means, in order to help erase a deficit for the non-profit organization.
Sports like golf will new be charged by team or individual to participate in the state tournament to help the AIA close the gap a deficit of more than $500,000.
Ahwatukee resident Sally Visnansky has been devoting the past four months to getting the Learning Detectives Summer Academy off the ground.
The city’s credit rating has been affirmed at AA+ with a stable outlook, according to Standard & Poor (S&P) and Moody.
In a 5-4 vote and with a promise from city staff to do a complete organizational review in the coming year, the Phoenix City Council approved the city manager’s proposed budget.
A proposed utility rate increase in Mesa will bring in an additional $13.9 million in revenue, the city says.
Desert Vista’s run in the state tournament came to an end Tuesday night as the Thunder fell 8-6 to top-seeded Gilbert.
The Desert Vista baseball team has found plenty of trouble in the early innings this season.
Can the championship run continue?
One year after the Phoenix City Council approved a plan to balance the city’s golf fund the outlook is positive, but there is still a ways to go.
Phoenix took in $46 million more this year than last year, but still faces a $38 million deficit. How does that happen in a growing economy?
Corrupt management and lack of pension annual checks and balances should lead to the arrests of those guilty of abusing the vital pension system. Their corrupt actions need prison sentences and fines for the pension system and employees they stole from.
Rep. Salmon, (Congressional District 5) is campaigning in high gear by mailing slick appeals to the rabble to guarantee his reelection.
The Phoenix City Council voted to explore ways to increase revenue to make up for a budget deficit, including raising fees and adding taxes.
Gov. Jan Brewer is defending a more than $17 million tax break for two kinds of companies – and only those two.
The city of Phoenix is facing a $37.7 million deficit for the 2014-15 fiscal year and that could result in some drastic cuts to services, including the closure of Pecos Community Center, according to the city manager’s trial budget being presented to the public next month.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton delivered his third State of the City address Wednesday and outlined his plan to take the nation’s sixth-largest city into the future.
Phoenix took in $46 million more revenue this year than last year, but is facing a $39 million deficit? Doesn’t make sense to anyone. Because it is not real.