Leaders of Arizona’s public, private, and nonprofit sectors Monday discussed how they will use the Inflation Reduction Act for conservation efforts and renewable energy projects.
The agency has been hailed as essential to combating past economic recessions, but has recently been criticized for wasteful spending on luxury gifts for business leaders.
The change could potentially eliminate billions of dollars in fee revenue for the nation’s biggest banks, which were gearing up for a battle even before Wednesday’s announcement. Exactly how much revenue depends on which version of the new regulation is adopted.
Republicans introduced a bill to close Arizona’s economic development agency, which was created in 2011 in response to the Great Recession.
Forget Amazon—the Arizona Marketplace features more than 50 local vendors that offer everything from state pride apparel to Arizona-made beauty products.
The proposed rule would require utility companies to locate and dig up roughly 12,000 lead pipes statewide within 10 years to ensure clean drinking water for Arizonans and to protect children’s health.
Lake Havasu City awarded 11 churches and nonprofits $1 million in federal funds last February. Here’s how that money’s being utilized.
The proposed cuts would have slashed funding for highway expansion, transportation safety, home ownership grants, and housing for the elderly.
The Gila River Indian Community recently signed an agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to put solar panels over a stretch of irrigation canal on its land south of Phoenix.
In Arizona, $6.5 billion in funding has been announced, with over 400 specific infrastructure projects identified for funding. Over $4 billion will go to transit upgrades, and another $778 million for clean water and water infrastructure.