Stories tagged: "biden"


FILE - In this July 28, 2015, file photo, electricians, Adam Hall, right, and Steven Gabert install solar panels on a roof for Arizona Public Service company in Goodyear, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Help Fight a Big Worry for Arizonans—Climate Change

The Inflation Reduction Act, which President Joe Biden signed on Aug. 16, is the country’s biggest investment in fighting climate change ever. 

Dark Brandon meme (Twitter Photo/Rob Flaherty)
Explainer: What Is the ‘Dark Brandon’ Meme? 

The "Dark Brandon" meme, first used to mock the president, has now become a rallying cry for celebrating his accomplishments. 

Photo Credits ACLU Arizona
Prominent Arizona Lawyer Confirmed to the Federal Appeals Court in Phoenix

Roopali gained prominence after arguing various cases for the state of Arizona, including suing the State Senate Republican leadership over the partisan audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election results.

The Coronado Generating Station was one of three coal-fired power plants in eastern Arizona that had emissions restrictions imposed by the EPA. A federal court upheld the EPA action.
Supreme Court Ruling Against EPA Hurts, May Not Hobble Clean Air in Arizona

When the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA could not force power plants to move away from fossil fuels, advocates were worried—but in Arizona some of those concerns have been eased by a market-driven shift.

semi truck on Interstate 10 in desert area
$990 Million in Federal, State, County Funding Going Toward I-10 Expansion

A mix of federal, state, and county money will fund a third lane in each direction to a 26-mile section of I-10.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
Deficit Reduction, Lower Costs Cornerstone Of Biden Budget

Based on the Biden Budget proposed last month, it’s clear what the President values — deficit reduction, a fairer tax code, and lower costs.

The Copper Courier's Araceli Cruz holding the COVID-19 rapid tests she received in the mail.
Biden’s Free At-Home COVID-19 Rapid Tests Are Hitting Mailboxes

The federal government is mailing tens of millions of rapid tests requested through the new Postal Service website.