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Demonizing Bill Montgomery contrary to merit selection 

Yes, Mr. Montgomery took a novel path to eventual consideration to serve on the Arizona Supreme Court. If selected, he would bring a different perspective developed by a unique life of public service…
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BOTC/LOTY page copy August 20, 2019 

June 25, 2019 Nominate your picks for the 2019 Best of the Capitol below! You don’t have to pick a nominee for each category, but since you’re already filling out the survey anyway, you might as well…
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Behind the deal: Why California's Quetico Logistics decided on Goodyear expansion

Quetico CEO Tom Fenchel spoke to the Business Journal about why the company is setting up shop in Arizona and where else it considered going before settling on the West Valley.
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Pittsburgh PE firm buys stake in Valley fitness center chain

The investment will allow the Valley-based fitness center chain to continue its expansion beyond Arizona.
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Los Angeles investor gobbling up more Valley apartments

The investor said he will be sinking millions into renovations at the recently purchased properties — meaning hefty rent increases will follow — and is already eyeing more acquisitions: "We're still …
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Reg flag gun laws leave innocent people vulnerable 

Let us continue to defend ourselves without any type of government interference or violation of our God given rights.
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Legislation introduced to stop annoying, dangerous robocalls 

The House has done its part; now it is time for the Senate to pass the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act and get it the President’s desk for signature so it can become the law of the land. That way, we can …
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PBJ Cribs: See inside the art-filled Arcadia-area home of artist Mark Jay Freedman

Mixed-media artist Mark Jay Freedman and his marketing executive wife Francesca Miller customized their Phoenix home with art and a home studio. Take an exclusive video and photo gallery tour of the …
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Scottsdale developer plans 1,000 homes in area dealing with water, utility issues

The 290-acre site is within the Johnson Utilities service area, where there have been few large land transactions of late. After court action earlier this year, Johnson Utilities was ordered to begin…
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Joint venture to develop $61M in apartments near downtown Phoenix

Two of the new projects will offer workforce housing, which is one of the most underserved residential segments in and around downtown Phoenix. The developers are already looking to other areas of th…
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Fall Arizona Restaurant Week 2019

Arizona Restaurant Week is the most edible time of the year, giving local, regional and national food lovers the opportunity to enjoy a prix-fixe dinner for $33 or $44 per person (unless noted: exclu…
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Looking to hire a programmer? ASU among top schools that train the best

Arizona State University is among the best schools in the Americas that train computer programmers, according to a recently released analysis. Companies looking to hire qualified programmers may wan…
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Goodyear approves new Civic Square development

The city of Goodyear is gearing up to get some new office space courtesy of a new mixed-use space approved Monday by City Council. The Goodyear Civic Square at Estrella Falls was approved unanimousl…
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Planned Parenthood withdraws from Title X program 

Planned Parenthood’s decision to give up about $60 million in federal family planning funds isn’t likely to result in any closed Arizona clinics but could leave thousands of low-income Arizona women …
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The Melting Pot to close Scottsdale restaurant

After 22 years in Scottsdale, The Melting Pot will close that location in September, according to an announcement posted last Friday on its Facebook page. "Valued fans, we regret to announce that Th…
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