Tempe and Beyond: What’s Happening In Politics?
Provided by Dorn Policy Group, Inc.
National/State/Local: Week of December 10, 2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and China have taken pains this week to emphasize that their trade talks are entirely separate from the U.S. case against a top Chinese technology executive. But with a few words, President Donald Trump obliterated the distinction.
Several prominent companies have expressed interest in purchasing Sears and Kmart store locations as the bankrupt retailer considers whether to accept a $4.6 billion bid from former CEO Eddie Lampert, according to a report Tuesday.
Former Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser said President Trump’s attacks on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell are very discouraging.
Gov. Doug Ducey sent lawmakers a strong message Tuesday not to bother sending him a bill that repeals a new $32 vehicle license registration fee.
United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings Annual Report was just released today and Arizona ranks 30 in overall health, which is up one spot from 2017.
An email warning Uber executives about safety problems regarding its self-driving SUV was sent less than a week before a 49-year-old woman was killed in Tempe in March.