Biden Announces Intentions To Visit The US-Mexico Border

by on January 5, 2023 0

President Joe Biden told reports on Wednesday he intends to visit the U.S.-Mexico border, his first trip to the southern border since taking office. “That’s my intention, we’re working out the details now,” Biden told reporters Wednesday during a trip to Kentucky. Biden was in Kentucky visiting a highway bridge that is receiving federal...

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Data Show Prices For At Least 350 Drugs Set To Rise

by on January 5, 2023 0

As if the rising cost of consumer products across the board hasn’t been enough, analysis researchers are warning price increases are coming in the U.S. for more than 350 prescription drugs. Data analysts in the research firm 3 Axis Advisors, are reporting that  drugmakers have signaled price increases could come as early as January,...

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Arizona Ranks No. 7 Out Of The Top 10 Growth States

by on January 3, 2023 0

Texas, Florida and the Carolinas were the preferred destinations of one-way U-Haul® truck customers during 2022, ranking as the top growth states on the annual U-Haul Growth Index. U-Haul transactional data confirms that migration to the Southeast and Southwest U.S. – trends that were amplified and accelerated during the pandemic – continued through last year,...

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New Report Confirms U.S. Life Expectancy has Declined to Lowest Level Since 1996

by on December 23, 2022 0

U.S. Life Expectancy decreased in 2021 for the second consecutive year, according to final mortality data released today. The drop was primarily due to increases in COVID-19 and drug overdose deaths.  The data are featured in two new reports from CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). “Mortality in the United States: 2021” features...

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Governor Ducey Dedicates More Than $26 Million in Funding For Veterans, First Responders Programs

by on December 23, 2022 0

Governor Doug Ducey announced Thursday more than $26 million in funding for critical programs that support the mental health and well-being of veterans and first responders. “In Arizona, we work everyday to give back to our selfless veterans and first responders who have given us so much,” said Governor Ducey. “We’ve removed barriers for...

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General Brnovich Announces Nearly $2 Million in Grant Funding to Combat the Opioid Crisis in Pima and Maricopa Counties

by on December 21, 2022 0

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Tuesday that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has awarded $1,762,914 in grant funding to combat the effects of the opioid crisis. The money will help support programs for nearly 14,000 individuals in Pima and Maricopa counties. It will serve a wide range of diagnosis, treatment, and educational needs,...

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Mesa to Expand Relationship with United Airlines, Winds Down Contract with American Airlines

by on December 20, 2022 0

Mesa Air Group recently announced plans for a significant restructuring in its operations with American Airlines and United Airlines. As a result of ongoing unprofitable operations with American Airlines, driven primarily by higher pilot wages and block hour utilization penalties driven by the ongoing industry wide pilot shortage, Mesa initiated and has finalized a consensual wind down...

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