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PHOENIX — Lawyers for the U.S. Treasury are asking a federal judge to throw out a bid by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich to say Congress can’t tell Arizona it can’t use any of … more
Peoria has received a portion of its relief funds from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, and now the city will begin allocation to those most in need. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signed a $100 million plan to fight current fires, but not before hearing from Democratic leaders about what’s not in the legislation: preventing future blazes … more
Tempe Mayor Corey D. Woods and members of City Council reviewed recommendations for proposed human services programs set to receive municipal funding for fiscal year 2021-22. Tempe Community … more
PHOENIX — The head of the House Education Committee wants the Department of Education to turn loose $85 million to help forestall anticipated teacher layoffs. Rep. Michelle Udall, R-Mesa, … more
Arizona lawmakers just cracked the code for education funding in Arizona. But perhaps not in the way they intended. more
As part of the upcoming fiscal year 2022 budget, the Peoria Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities Department will be asking for council approval of $219,300 in one-time costs and $331,572 in ongoing costs for a total of $550,872 in supplemental funds. more
A bill is working its way through Congress that would create an $800 million fund to increase resources and housing for Arizona children and families experiencing homelessness. Arizona Sens. … more
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