Check the status of your early or mail-in ballot!
Via Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan:
The U.S. Census Bureau collects demographic, social, and economic data on veterans. Such data includes unemployment rate, household income, business ownership, period of service, educational attainment, health care and age distribution. The data is used for policy analysis, program planning, and budgeting of veteran programs.
As we celebrate those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces this Veterans Day, come learn about this important part of Arizona’s citizenry. This is a hands-on training; participants will be on-line with the Instructor following along with their own computer/laptop to learn how to navigate the census website and access Veteran’s data.
Presented by Pauline Nunez, U.S. Census Bureau
Date: Tuesday November 1, 2016
Time: 9:00 a.m.
To Register for this webinar: https://census.webex.com/census/k2/j.php?MTID=t7d8b03c3faebaccae1992708856adf86
Join us November 9th at the Phoenix Public Library’s Hive for Startup Law Talk!
This workshop is for entrepreneurs who are thinking about forming a start-up, or have recently started a business, and want greater insight on how to avoid the typical legal problems encountered by new businesses. Three professionals will discuss the most important legal issues to consider in the early stages of your business. They will provide information on types of business formation, methods to protect your intellectual property, and how to avoid tax surprises.
Panel Presentation: 6:00 PM
Resource Tables: 7:00 to 7:30 PM
Resource Tables will include:
Please register at: https://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/hive/programs/business-law-series
There are many old documents in the State Library of Arizona’s Collection, and some of the most exciting are the introduced bills. One such bill is H.B. No. 95, from the Territorial Legislature of 1899. Titled, “An Act to Provide for the Completion and Furnishing of the Capitol Building,” it is the bill responsible for the historic copper-domed capitol building.
To see the whole document, click on the image.
To see what was passed into law, check out the Territorial Session Laws Collection contributed by the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, James E. Rogers College of Law. (Hint, the tax rate was reduced from five cents per $100 to three-and-a-half cents per $100).
Did you miss our program on Zoom Thinking? Check it out on YouTube!
Thanks again to presenter Jon Ward!
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October is Cyber Security Awareness Month! Hear from City of Phoenix experts about the security and privacy challenges facing small and medium businesses as well as individuals.
Tuesday, October 25th, Begins at noon.
Hosted at the Burton Barr Public Library:
1221 N. Central Avenue
For a printable flyer, click the image.
This is an outside event; please follow links above for more information.