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    Thursday, September 20, 2018
    Victoria Harker23 hours ago5 min read Arizona’s economy and thousands of jobs could be in jeopardy if a controversial renewable energy initiative passes in the November general election. The bottom line? It will cost a fortune. Fast-tracking to renewable energy comes at high cost in more ways than one. Can Arizonans afford it? That’s the $8.3 billion question. The constitutional change, called ...read more
    Categories: Business, Energy & Natural Resources, Government, Politics
    Tuesday, September 18, 2018
    There are just over 520 business days between now and October 1. 2020. Why does this matter? The ADOT MVD wants Arizonans to know they should obtain the Travel ID.  The Travel ID is a federally-compliant driver license or ID card that is accepted at TSA airport checkpoints.   As of October 1, 2020, standard licenses or IDs WILL NOT be accepted by TSA. You can take other forms of ID to the ...read more
    Wednesday, September 05, 2018
    This was an article on Chamber Business NewsBUSINESSNick Esquer  Arizona has always been well-known as an industrious state. From citrus to cattle, copper to cotton, we’ve always had notoriety as a place to dig your hands into the ground and make something of and for yourself. Now, industry has changed and Arizona has attracted established companies and inspired new ones in the emergence of what ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Economic
    Tuesday, September 04, 2018
    To The Members of Greater Vail Area Chamber of Commerce,I want to start by giving my thanks to you the American Businesses and American workers for the contributions you make as both pillars in our communities and our society.  I also want to acknowledge those that are out in the workforce today making it happen.  I do hope that many of you are able to take the day off, relax and unplug.  But ...read more
    Categories: Chamber