World’s Largest Globalist Investors Now Backing ESG Push In Arizona Utilities
Two of the largest private equity firms in the U.S. and the world, Vista Equity Partners and Blackstone, respectively, are now backing the adoption of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) measures in Arizona’s utility companies.
House passes GOP funding bill to avert government shutdown
The House of Representatives passed a stopgap bill on Tuesday to keep the government open, putting Congress on a path to avert a shutdown and setting the stage for a broader funding fight in the new year.
Newsom trashed for admitting San Francisco was cleaned up for China summit: 'Slap in the face'
Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., was criticized on social media after admitting that San Francisco, nationally infamous for homelessness, timed a massive cleanup effort ahead of an important U.S.-China summit this week.
US credit rating outlook lowered to 'negative' by Moody's as shutdown looms
The U.S. credit rating outlook was lowered from "stable" to "negative" this week by Moody's Investors Services as another government shutdown looms.
Toma And Petersen Take On Biden Administration For Land Grab
On Monday, Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma announced that they “filed an amicus curiae in the case of Garfield County v. Biden.”
How old is the Marine Corps? It's older than the country it serves.
The Corps was originally founded in 1775, a year before the United States became a country during the Revolutionary War.
Paradise Valley Board Member: District Withheld Truth About Allegedly Predatory Teacher
A Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) board member is criticizing district leadership for withholding the truth about an allegedly predatory teacher from parents and the community.
‘I’ve seen the worst in the world’: Peoria mayor helps in Israel
Peoria Mayor Jason Beck is in Israel right now, touring areas devastated by the Hamas attacks that started the war nearly one month ago. He also owns a body armor manufacturing company in the Valley, and last month, Arizona’s Family shared a story about his protective gear donation to Israel.
Arizona to reach new peak in political importance during 2024 election cycle
Arizona has been a political player for years, but the 2024 election cycle could take the once Republican-heavy state to new heights in terms of its importance.
Newsom's China trip reignites rumblings of a 'shadow campaign' as crises multiply on Biden's watch
California Gov. Gavin Newsom was in China meeting with CCP President Xi Jinping earlier this week leading many to wonder, including a congressman from his own state, whether he is running a "shadow" campaign for president in case Democrats ultimately look for an alternative to President Biden as crises pile up on his watch at home and abroad.
Scottsdale School District Fails To Approve Single-Stall Bathrooms
Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) failed to pass a gender-neutral bathroom policy during its special meeting on Tuesday night. The board tied 2-2 in their vote on the policy, which would have established single-stall, gender-neutral bathrooms or provided designated employee restrooms for students unwilling or unable to use a multi-occupancy restroom.
Shutdown deadline looms as early test for Mike Johnson
Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) is already facing the first big test of his nascent Speakership as he stares down a tight window to avoid a government shutdown.
Blake Masters launches bid for Arizona’s 8th district; will challenge Abe Hamadeh
Republican businessman and venture capitalist Blake Masters is jumping into another political race for 2024 after a failed attempt at a U.S. Senate seat in 2022. Masters will now face challenger Abraham Hamadeh, who lost to Democrat Kris Mayes in the 2022 attorney general’s race.
House elects Johnson as speaker as Republicans rally
Rep. Mike Johnson was elected by the House to become the next speaker as Republicans rallied behind their fourth nominee to replace former Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Arizona Department Of Education Unveils New School Safety Program Using Off-Duty Officers
On Wednesday, the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) unveiled a new program using off-duty cops to supplement the shortage of safety officers on campus.
Arizona Republican Abe Hamadeh enters race to replace US Rep. Debbie Lesko
PHOENIX – Shortly after Republican U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko revealed she won’t seek reelection next year, former Arizona attorney general candidate Abe Hamadeh jumped into the race to replace her.
Arizona Rep. Debbie Lesko won't seek reelection in 2024
Republican Congresswoman Debbie Lesko, who represents Arizona's 8th Congressional District, says she will not seek reelection in 2024.