If you want red meat in your diet, be prepared to pay more. The latest survey done by the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation shows the cost of a typical market basket of items hit $52.64 in the quarter just ended. That’s up just slightly from the prior quarter.Read More »
A $2 million appropriation for tourism promotion in the Arizona budget, as proposed by the House and Senate, is expected to be used to help court or host the National Football League’s Pro Bowl in 2015.Read More »
State lawmakers hope to use fees paid by medical marijuana users and dispensaries to convince everyone else not to inhale.Read More »
Government regulations on business and the free market are a favorite target of scorn from Republicans in the Legislature, but members of the party of limited government have introduced legislation this year to increase and expand regulations on a variety of businesses.Read More »
A House committee has approved a bill that would make some tax credits claimed by corporations public information.Read More »
Lobbyist Gary Husk, who has claimed he was wrongly identified as the architect of the Fiesta Bowl scandal, said Tuesday the false allegations have devastated his business.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer says she wants lawmakers to pass a package of business incentives and has called on lawmakers to eliminate a tax on electricity used by manufacturers.Read More »
A free-market advocacy group claims that the decision by Gov. Jan Brewer to expand the state's Medicaid program will immediately increase the number of people in the program by nearly 90 percent.Read More »
In a blow to Arizona Public Service, energy regulators agreed a few minutes ago to a compromise proposal charging users of solar rooftop panels with a fixed fee of 70 cents per kilowatt.
The new charge, which will begin next year, is only a fraction of what Arizona Public Service sought – which was to reduce savings from the solar incentive by roughly half.
Gov. Jan Brewer met this afternoon with members of her cabinet to discuss preparations for a possible shutdown of the federal government, which would affect a wide array of Arizona agencies and services, and even the Grand Canyon State's namesake.Read More »