Joe Galli of the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce offers some solutions to high housing costs (0:00-43:20) including eliminating regulations that have created hurdles for both residents and businesses. Joe discusses the minimum wage in Flagstaff which is set to increase substantially in January. Plus, despite a huge budget, the city wants more dollars through two new bond initiatives this November.
We are extremely dependent on medications from overseas (43:21-63:47) and it’s time to bring that manufacturing home. Monique Whitney, Executive Director of Pharmacists United for Truth & Transparency (PUTT) also shares what the impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act will be on prescription drugs. Catch Moniques podcast at https://pharmacypodcast.com/podcast/puttcast/
Meet candidates at the upcoming Flagstaff Republican Women Lincoln Day BBQ (63:48-74:09) on September 24th from 12-3PM. FRW Treasurer Trudy Wieber and Membership Chair Andrea Gurette. Tickets available by calling 928-526-6232.