More than 100 policymakers, business leaders and coal miners gathered in support of keeping the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) operating decades into the future at a rally held in conjunction with a U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) listening session Monday.
Founded 12 years ago to seal a perceived gap in the state's political landscape, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club continues to advocate for free market principles among lawmakers, according to its executive director.
The latest news out of the battle over the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) gives the coal plant an edge that could keep it in operation beyond 2019, according to a study presented at the Arizona Corporation Commission meeting on Thursday.
Following the adoption of a resolution allowing for the creation of committees within the Arizona Corporation Commission, the commission announced the establishment of three committees that will allow it to gain a deeper perspective on issues affecting its stakeholders.
The Arizona Corporation Commission recently held a public workshop to discuss possible changes to the Arizona Universal Service Fund (AUSF) to finance a program to connect rural schools to the internet.
The Arizona Corporation Commission revoked the registration of a Phoenix securities salesman for unethical conduct and sanctioned a Scottsdale man for selling unregistered securities involving real estate transactions while not registered to do so.
The Arizona Corporation Commission said it will meet Thursday to allow comments from customers of Brooke Water Company regarding the company's lack of communication regarding an outage, general service and billing issues.