Dennis talks to State Treasurer Doug Ducey about what it took to get Arizona back in the black for the first time since 2007, and about the importance of financial literacy and good education for young people.
Dennis talks to Arizona Solicitor General Dave Cole about his background and the Court’s recent ruling upholding the Arizona Abortion Consent Act. Also, Peggy Neely drops in to get out the vote for the upcoming election for Mayor of Phoenix.
Wilenchik and Bartness won dismissal of claims in a lawsuit for breach of contract arising out of raw land sales in Pinal county and Queen Creek in 2006.
The firm won dismissal of claims against a local commercial real estate company, which was sued in its role as appraiser on a $10 million commercial development in Pinetop, Arizona.
The Phoenix Business Journal‘s “Book of Lists” includes only the most successful local businesses.
Dennis talks to Utah U.S. Senator Mike Lee and Tea Party Activist Amy Kremer about a Constitutional Amendment to require a balanced budget, how to fix the national debt and who is to blame for the credit downgrade.
Dennis talks to President of the Senate Russell Pearce about his background, the recall effort, and the 15 year anniversary of Tent City.
Dennis talks to Presidential candidate Buddy Roemer. Also, state Senator Steve Smith discusses his campaign to build a border fence.
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Jack talks to Todd Lang, executive director of the Arizona Clean Elections Commission, and attorney Nick Dranias from the Goldwater Institute about the future of Clean Elections and the recent Clean Elections Supreme Court ruling. Also, Alan Sobol talks about how the Governor’s lawsuit to stop medical marijuana is holding…