Monthly Archives: August 2020

More Clean and Renewable Energy Projects Needed to Jump-Start Arizona’s Economy

In a recent Arizona Republic OpEd, Arizona Senator Kate Brophy McGee emphasized how solar energy projects boost Arizona’s economy, particularly in rural areas. We couldn’t agree more. Our firm is working with business and government leaders from across the state … Continue reading

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AIGA Member Addresses DNC

Ned Norris Jr., Chairman of the Tohono O’odham Nation and member of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association spoke during the Democratic National Convention Native American Caucus Meeting. Chairman Norris was chosen to speak as he is considered someone who has … Continue reading

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The Increasingly Important Role of Latinos in Arizona’s Elections

Latinos throughout the country, and particularly in the freshly-minted battleground state of Arizona, are quickly becoming the most important voting bloc for the upcoming November elections. This was emphasized by several speakers during the National Association of Latino Elected and … Continue reading

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Molera Interviews Capt. Mark Kelly at Chamber Forum

Molera Alvarez partner Jaime A. Molera led a conversation with Capt. Mark Kelly at a Greater Phoenix Chamber virtual forum.  Capt. Kelly talked about his vision for the state and nation as he competes as the Democratic candidate against U.S. … Continue reading

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Phoenix CoolSeal Neighborhood Streets

The City of Phoenix began its cool pavement pilot program using CoolSeal by Guardtop on August 10, 2020. Through various studies conducted by the EPA and universities, it has been proven that cool pavement is instrumental in the cooling of … Continue reading

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Museum of the American Latino Act Moves to the US Senate

On July 27, 2020, the US House of Representatives unanimously passed the National Museum of the American Latino Act (H.R. 2420 / S. 1267) with bipartisan support. American Latinos have contributed positively to every aspect of American society and have … Continue reading

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Arizona’s Economic Outlook in the Age of COVID-19

Despite how hard Arizona has been hit by COVID-19, the state will experience a V-shaped economic recovery—and is already coming out of the COVID-19 recession—predicted economist Chris Thornberg in a recent virtual economic forum held by Alliance Bank of Arizona. … Continue reading

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