Despite a drought in new wind development proposals over the last decade, about $8 billion could flow into ongoing wind energy projects in Wyoming, providing one possible solution to the state’s precarious revenue outlook.
The toll of 10 dead children means the city is on pace for its worst summer in years. And police have made an arrrest in only one of the cases, leaving parents at wits' end and politicians promising change.
A bill co-sponsored by Florida Sen. Rick Scott that would penalize pharmaceutical companies that have received federal research grants for charging “unreasonable prices” for prescription drugs has secured a key endorsement.
Arizona’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in July at 4.9 percent, and employers in the state added over 15,000 jobs, a state office said Thursday.
Data on approved housing units and their valuations by state is from the U.S. Census Bureau Building Permits Survey. The analysis considers data from January to December 2018. State population, median income, and employment were obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau 2017 and 2012 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates.
About 22 percent of Arizona voters surveyed in a new poll rank education their top issue, placing it just behind healthcare and immigration. But paying more in taxes to increase education funding is another matter, with a slight increase in the sales tax the only option supported by more than 50 percent of voters.
Meteorologists say July was the hottest month measured on Earth since records began in 1880.
The number of households receiving federal benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or food stamps, is at its lowest level in nine years, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which administers the program.
The most powerful woman in U.S. politics rallied Illinois Democrats in Springfield on Wednesday, saying the Land of Lincoln is a beacon for the rest of the country.
Arizona finished in a tie for 10th in a ranking by the website 24/7 Wall St. of identity theft rates across the nation.
State budgets are relatively “fixed,” or pre-committed every year, which causes elected officials to find ways to spend less in certain areas or tax more to meet preexisting mandates, a new analysis by the Urban Institute says.
The Trump administration on Monday announced reforms to the Endangered Species Act that it says will “increase transparency and effectiveness” in the law’s implementation.
Arizona voters could see another marijuana legalization question on the ballot in 2020.