Tag: politics

Education, state budget, new honor mark Chamber’s Legislative Wrap-Up event

The Chamber's annual Legislative Wrap-Up featured state Capitol leaders highlighting successes and challenges.

City planning, accessible government drive new Phoenix City Councilwoman Stark

Bringing 33 years of government planning experience to the council, Stark is driven by the desire to help residents.

City Council budget includes restoration of employee concessions, public safety items

The Phoenix City Council's FY17 budget bolsters public safety infrastructure items, among other areas.

Ballot measures: Arizona voters approve Chamber-supported Propositions 123 and 124

Strong voter turnout by parents and teachers across Arizona helped in the passing of two critical ballot measures.

Vote YES for Prop. 123 to help strengthen education system, state

The Greater Phoenix Chamber urges Arizona voters to vote YES on Prop. 123 to move students and schools forward.

04/27/2016

Vote YES on Prop. 124 for our firefighters and police officers

The Chamber urges Arizona to vote YES on Prop. 124 to fix the underfunded Public Safety Personnel Retirement System.

04/27/2016

April Bill Spotlight: HB 2502 – Medical Licensure Compact

This bill makes it easier for physicians to obtain licenses to practice in multiple states and increases our physician pipeline.

04/27/2016

Many exciting changes coming soon for Arizona politics

With all the upcoming changes, the Chamber PAC will be soon interviewing legislative candidates and issuing endorsements.

03/31/2016

All about Pension Reform: Everything voters need to know

An advocate for common-sense reforms, GPCC’s Public Affairs Committee supports legislation containing the pension reform package.

02/10/2016

Campaign finance changes on tap for 2016 Legislature

Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is going to ask the Legislature this year for a major overhaul of nearly...

01/28/2016