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Dems took on big Pharma, voters like me noticed

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Arizonans rejected the extremist agenda in the midterm election. With Big Pharma-aligned candidates on the ballot, my decision was a no-brainer, and clearly most Arizonans agree. I’m relieved that the 118th Congress will protect Medicare and prescription drug reforms that Arizonans like me rely on.

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Initiative should create jobs, boost economic output in aerospace industry

NASA, aerospace, manufacturing, ASU, NAU, University of Arizona, Arizona Board of Regents, New Economy Initiative, jobs, NEI funds

To address the growing need for a continually diversified and modern workforce, the New Economy Initiative was signed into law, providing millions of dollars in state funding through the Arizona Board of Regents to invest in Arizona’s economic future. This initiative aims to create 40,000 new jobs by 2041, increase economic output to $6.9 billion by 2023, and double the state’s investment in return, much of which can and should be generated within the space ecosystem.

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Arizona expected to add over 100,000 jobs, but home prices limiting growth (access required)

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Arizona will have added more than 100,000 jobs by the end of the year, with 86,000 of them in metro Phoenix, economist Dennis L. Hoffman said at Wednesday’s 59th annual ASU/PNC Bank Economic Forecast Luncheon. Arizona continues to have a pro-growth economic setting with a competitive tax structure, but declining housing affordability, as well as inflation and interest rate hikes threaten to slow economic expansion

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