News of Government Affairs

Government Affairs Update – February 2019

“Back to school. Back to school, to prove to Dad that I’m not a fool. I got my lunch packed up, my boots tied tight, I hope I don’t get in a fight. Ohhhh, back to school. Back to school. Back to school. Well, here goes nothing.” – Billy Madison As we write this month’s […]

Government Affairs Report – January 2019

Who can it be knocking at my door? Make no sound, tip-toe across the floor. If he hears, he’ll knock all day, I’ll be trapped, and here I’ll have to stay. Who Can It Be Now? Men At Work (1981) Moving through Election Day on November 6 to Thanksgiving, followed by NAIOP’s annual meeting and […]

Government Affairs – December 2018 Report

“It becomes a gift for one, as opposed to a gift for all.” – the esteemed Jon Leleu, Ladies and Gentlemen To TIF, or not to TIF, that is the question. For many, many years, almost every state in the US, save Arizona, has had TIF enabling laws on its books. While they all say […]

2018 Election Analysis & 2019 Legislative Update

Voters approach Mid-Term Elections with the same enthusiasm they show when shopping for a new refrigerator; some just grumble and go, and others put it off until the next time an issue arises.  Yet, a variety of factors, most notably the Donald Trump presidency…Click here to Read More   Jonathan Leleu, DirectorKerrie Kramer, Government Affairs […]

Government Affairs – October 2018 Report

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” – Winston Churchill Election season is upon us, with only 19 days until early voting begins, 36 days until the general election and 126 until the first day of the 2019 Legislative Session.  528 BDRs are already submitted, and things are moving […]

Government Affairs – September 2018 Report

Click here for the article – NAIOP Source: The Path to Better Infrastructure Jonathan P. Leleu, Director Kerrie Kramer, Government Affairs Analyst Fennemore Craig jleleu@fclaw.com | kkramer@fclaw.com  | T: 702.692.8037

Government Affairs Report – August 2018

“Change. Isn’t it appropriate that the Chinese word for it is comprised of two symbols—one for danger and another for opportunity? How you perceive and adapt to change makes all the difference.” – Spinditty Blog Just like everything else in this world, the commercial real estate industry is constantly changing. Trends come and go, prices go up and […]

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