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East Valley chambers of commerce will be watching for bills related to unemployment benefits burden of proof, initiative reform, sales tax reform, the budget, and the federal health care system during the 2013 legislative session, according to the Dorn Policy Group.
ASU student Zachary Dorn is concerned he can't find 15 feet of clean air while walking to his classes because the air on campus is filled with cigarette smoke.
The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce will have its monthly meeting at noon Sept. 9 in the Founders’ Room at Town Hall, 22350 S. Ellsworth Road.
The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce is holding an informational breakfast with speeches by legal and employment specialists to help members of the business community understand the impact of the Fair and Legal Employment Act, which takes effect statewide Jan. 1, said Tom Dorn of the Dorn Policy Group, the forum’s moderator.
Senate President Andy Biggs advised a group of East Valley business leaders and fellow legislators that Arizona has a unique opportunity to see economic growth in the coming months and years.
Members of Scottsdale’s business community got a look Friday at a new state law aimed at preventing employers from hiring illegal immigrants that some called a “business death penalty.”
Manuel Espinoza-Vazquez has lived in the United States since he was 3 years old. A longtime Gilbert resident, the 20-yearold Arizona State University junior never planned to become the poster child for the growing immigration debate in Gilbert.
Mesa has its own police helicopter and forensic crime lab, while Chandler plans to buy its own police driving track.
Gilbert is finalizing meetings planned with police, town officials and Hispanic advocates meant to assure the community the town does not engage in raciall profiling.
What was once envisioned as a high-end resort within Gilbert's high-end Seville community is now slated to be turned over to high-end custom homes.The Gilbert Town Council approved the rezoning with a 7-0 vote Tuesday night, without any comment from members of the public.