Monthly Archives: May 2020

Scottsdale Mayor Says Lack Of Social Distancing In Old Town Is “Disturbing”

by on May 28, 2020 0
Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane said images and videos appearing to show busy bars and nightclubs and crowded streets within Old Town Scottsdale’s Entertainment District over the holiday weekend were “…disturbing, and quite frankly show a real lack of common sense and civic responsibility.” “Businesses and their patrons need to realize that individually we each... Read More

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Files Lawsuit Against Google Over Deceptive and Unfair Location Tracking

by on May 28, 2020 0
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court today against Google LLC for deceptive and unfair practices used to obtain users’ location data, which Google then exploits for its lucrative advertising business. Arizona has brought forward this action under the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act to put a stop to Google’s deceptive collection of user... Read More

Supreme Court Will Soon Determine Fate Of Dreamers

by on May 28, 2020 0
Nearly 650,000 undocumented “Dreamers” are awaiting a decision from the Supreme Court that will determine whether they will be allowed to continue to receive temporary protection from deportation and work permits under an Obama-era program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals that President Donald Trump wants to end. The Supreme Court’s decision on DACA... Read More

Two Arizona Cities Make Top Staycations In U.S. List

by on May 27, 2020 0
With Arizona allowing businesses to re-open, people are finally able to get out of their house. This doesn’t mean air travel is necessary by any means. Arizona has several cities that are good for staycations, according to WalletHub, and two cities are ranked as top-20 staycation locations in America. Scottsdale was ranked by the... Read More