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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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Arizona needs new, innovative ways to produce energy

As we look ahead to the future, we must find new and innovative ways to produce the energy we need to support our growing economy and the businesses and communities that call Arizona home. Fortunately, we have legislators prioritizing the clean energy, technology and innovation sectors by focusing on policy solutions that will have a real and positive impact on Arizona’s economy, both in the short-term as our economy recovers and for years into the future.

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Making a case for New Economy Initiative

Arizona has led the nation in economic growth for several decades. This success was not by accident. When confronted with the direst of economic challenges, our leaders pushed for policy changes that allowed the state’s economy to survive, then thrive. Once again, we are faced with such a situation.

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