Monthly Archives: October 2018

Greater Phoenix Chamber Travels to Washington, D.C.

Jaime A. Molera joined the Greater Phoenix Chamber delegation in Washington, D.C., recently. The group met with Senators Jon Kyl and Jeff Flake, as well as representatives from the White House administration, to discuss Arizona’s priorities at the Federal level. … Continue reading

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Phoenix Community Alliance Holds Mayoral Forum

On October 3, Phoenix Community Alliance’s Public Affairs Committee, chaired by Molera Alvarez Partner Ruben Alvarez, hosted a candidate forum where members were able to listen to an engaging discussion with all four Phoenix mayoral candidates. Candidates Kate Gallego, Moses … Continue reading

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Phoenix Proposes Major Water Infrastructure Capital Improvement Program

Molera Alvarez and the Arizona Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America hosted a breakfast forum to discuss the City of Phoenix’s proposed capital improvement program (CIP). Phoenix’s Water Services Department has been proactive and innovative in addressing water … Continue reading

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Molera Alvarez Partner Recognized for Advocacy Work

The Arizona Manufacturers Council recently held their annual summit and awards luncheon, where Molera Alvarez Partner Jaime A. Molera received this year’s Advocate of the Year award. Most recently, Molera has been active in the community with his work as … Continue reading

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Molera Featured in No on Prop 127 Campaign

Jaime A. Molera was recently featured in a commercial for the opposition of Proposition 127. This constitutional mandate would require non-governmental utilities to increase the portion of their retail energy sales generated from certain types of renewable energy resources to … Continue reading

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Legislative Internship Opportunity!

Molera Alvarez is seeking a part-time (about 15 hours per week) intern to assist with the upcoming legislative session during the Spring 2019 semester. The intern will be heavily involved in the state legislative process as well as public policy … Continue reading

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