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9 hrs ago | Business Journal
April 17, 2014 - David Sayen, regional administrator for the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, was in Phoenix this week to meet with various chambers of commerce to talk about health insurance coverage for small businesses.
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15 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Arizonans won't necessarily have the right to keep chickens in their backyards. A bill intended to prohibit municipalities from creating zoning restrictions to prevent homeowners from keeping chickens easily passed the Senate in February, but was voted down by the House yesterday, by a 25-32 vote.
19 hrs ago | CBS Local
This Dec. 2, 2013 photo shows a woman reading the HealthCare.gov insurance marketplace internet site in Washington, D.C. PHOENIX - The Arizona Legislature has approved a measure requiring extra licensing and background checks for navigators who help people buy health insurance on the federal marketplace.
23 hrs ago | KTAR
The Right To Try Act has passed the Arizona Legislature and voters will now see it on the ballot in November.
Arizonans can expect to feel some financial heat from the California drought. Certain produce prices are expected to increase because of the short supply, according to Timothy Richards, a professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
One chamber of the Arizona Legislature has given a nod to a major expansion of the state's school voucher program.
On a recent Friday afternoon, with budget negotiations winding down, Arizona state representative John Kavanagh was racing against the clock.
Grand Canyon University, which is planning a new campus in Mesa, had sought a property tax break but the plan has been nixed at the Arizona Legislature.
A bill expanding tax exemptions for churches passed the Arizona Legislature yesterday, and could cost the state $2.1 million in lost revenue.
Cynthia Zwick My Turn While Arizona recovers from an economic crisis rooted in predatory lending practices, a bill before the Legislature proposes another round of risky loans not too far removed from the horrific payday-lending loans now mostly a good-riddance memory.
Brewer on Tuesday signed House Bill 2284, which allows the state Department of Health Services to conduct surprise inspections at abortion clinics without first obtaining a search warrant.
If your thoughts turn to baseball in the spring, you're not alone. As I - along with 48,540 others - welcomed the new season from seats at Chase Field on the last day of March, I couldn't help but think it was just the first step in a long journey, one that every fan hopes leads to the World Series in the fall.
The Tesla Model S, a sedan, is the electric-vehicle manufacturer's second offering.
'Perpetually slim' mother hid SEVEN pregnancies from husband and three older kids before 'giving birth at home, strangling the babies and wrapping them in towels hidden in the garage' Cheerleader, 18, who was secretly filmed in her bedroom by her father reveals she has FORGIVEN him and she even encouraged her mom not to file for divorce 'I did not ... (more)
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