The Biden/Harris Administration Launches the Talent Pipeline Challenge to Help Create Better High Paying Infrastructure Jobs

In order to meet the challenges of attracting and training a skilled labor force to work in the advanced technology fields of the Twenty First Century like Broadband, Construction, and “Electrification” (EV Charging Infrastructure and Battery Manufacturing,) the Biden/Harris Administration has launched the Talent Pipeline Challenge.  What is the Talent Pipeline Challenge? According to the … Read more

(UPDATED) Gallego and Ansari Hail the New Transportation Electrification Action Plan Unanimously Passed on Wednesday by the Phoenix City Council

Imagine a not so distant future when you see more of these electric vehicles on the road in Maricopa County and across Arizona and the country.   Or more electric vehicle charging stations at public places, highways, or major businesses. For the city of Phoenix, that not so distant future has become now after a … Read more

(UPDATED)Tucson Mayor Regina Romero Celebrates the Six Month Anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

On the six month anniversary of the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, who was present at the White House signing ceremony of the event, joined Biden/Harris Administration Infrastructure Coordinator and former New Orlean Mayor Mitch Landrieu in a press call with Arizona reporters on the legislation’s progress. Speaking first, Mayor … Read more

A Good Week for Tucson’s Future with Regards to the Environment, Affordable Housing, and Economic Performance

This has been a good week for the future of Tucson First, the Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) has awarded the City of Tucson a one million dollar Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Grant. Later in the week, in a move that will provide additional opportunities for affordable housing, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, along with representatives from … Read more

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Supports the Biden/Harris Endorsed Bipartisan Innovation Act

In what could potentially be the second infrastructure and high paying jobs act passed in two years, the United States Congress has started a conference committee with members of both the House and Senate to blend each chamber’s versions of the Bipartisan Innovation Act. This legislation, if passed would help advance  domestic American innovation, research … Read more