U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) recently wrote a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), urging the agency to reject Arizona’s new Medicaid-waiver request and alleging that the federally mandated public-comment provision hasn’t been legally satisfied.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) recently said that the Arizona Department of Administration's (ADOA) general counsel, Bret Parke, has been appointed the agency’s deputy director, marking his return to ADEQ, effective Oct. 26.
Harnessing solar energy to battle rising energy costs, Scottsdale-based Kyocera Solar Inc. and installer Dynamic Solar Solutions said this week that Kyocera solar modules have been installed atop Emilio Bacardi Group’s San Juan, Puerto Rico, headquarters.
With two U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs contracts awarded to expand clinical space and advance access to healthcare for Phoenix area veterans, Rep. Ruben Gallego praised the government’s efforts last week in Washington, D.C.
To shed light on the rapidly changing solar energy industry, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Tom Forese announced Thursday that he will lead a series of workshops on the rooftop solar industry and its future in the state.
In response to a federal appeals court’s decision to postpone enactment of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Waters of the United States” law, U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) released a statement today from Washington, D.C.
Market Freedom Alliance (MFA), a nonprofit Arizona advocacy organization, is ramping up its support and education efforts around informing the state’s citizens and small-business owners about the impact of public policy initiatives.
First inspired to become a chiropractor by his own elbow injury, Steven Knauf has come full circle, having been appointed senior director of chiropractic operations for Arizona, The Joint Corp. announced in Phoenix on Oct. 2.
Arizona House Speaker David Gowan recently announced his candidacy for Arizona’s First Congressional District in Phoenix, relying on his record to help elect him to office and make Washington, D.C. “Respect the West.”