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SRP revises earnings projection for fiscal 2010

Officials with one of Arizona's largest utilities predict the company will earn about $25 million less this fiscal year than forecast a few months ago. That could possibly result in rate increases, outsourcing of jobs and other options to manage ...

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Greater Phoenix Chamber announces new leadership

Success in difficult economic conditions, revenue growth, a healthy business environment and regional competitiveness will be the focus of the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce's new leadership team and board members. Connie Perez of Advanced Reimbursement Management will begin serving ...

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Supreme Court agrees to hear CityNorth case

The Arizona Supreme Court agreed on June 1 to hear a challenge of an appellate court decision that found a $97-million tax rebate given to a real estate developer by the city of Phoenix violated the state's Constitution. In February, ...

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ACLU files discrimination suit against MCSO

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office on behalf of a Muslim man who claims he lost his job as a jail detention officer over a fight to wear a ...

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Arizona suspends use of outdoor cells

Arizona's prisons director has suspended the use of all outdoor holding cells while crews retrofit them to provide shade and water in the wake of an inmate's heat-related death. Marcia Powell, 48, died last week after being left in an ...

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Housing director moves to Commerce

After just two months as director of the Arizona Department of Housing, Donald Cardon will instead be heading up the state Department of Commerce. Gov. Jan Brewer announced May 29 that Cardon would replace Kent Ennis, who was named interim ...

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