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A bill in Congress would help rebuild economies that rely on the Navajo Generating Station. It comes as NGS is expected to shut down mid-November, leaving uncertainty about how communities, mainly the Navajo Nation and Page, will survive economically.
On Friday, the Prescott VA honored National POW/MIA Recognition Day by remembering the sacrifices of those captured and imprisoned by the enemy, and those for whom their families still grieve as their fate remains unknown.
Arizona Democratic District One Congressmember Tom O’Halleran has introduced legislation that would provide economic development resources to communities affected by the closure of the Navajo Generating Station and the Kayenta Mine.
Communities hurt by the pending closure of the Navajo Generating Station and Kayenta Mine could apply for federal aid under a bill introduced by Rep. Tom O'Halleran on Thursday.
House Democrats frequently complain about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocking bills they’ve passed, but 30 of the 56 measures that have been signed into law so far this Congress have been theirs.
The leaders of the House Blue Dog Coalition and the House Blue Dog Task Force on National Security on Thursday sent a letter to House and Senate leaders calling for action to prevent foreign interference in U.S. elections and to secure election systems.
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — United States Congressman Tom O’Halleran addressed members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council on Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, at the Navajo Nation Council Chamber in Window Rock. Congressman O’Halleran’s report included updates on increasing federal funding for tribal projects, improving veterans’ services and his recent visits with Navajo communities.
The brand new Northern Arizona Re-Employment center got some serious attention on Wednesday evening (8/14). Not only was the Grand Opening filled with dignitaries, but it was also even more filled with Page and Page-area residents who are excited about the possibilities.
The president signed a bill making it possible for Flagstaff and Yuma to now hold federal court proceedings into the future.
It's August and Capitol Hill is largely still, even as many Americans clamor for gun-control legislation after a series of deadly mass shootings.