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Great Business After Hours at KB Home Parkfield
Once again CAHREP and KB Home partner to provide a great opportunity for our membership and guests to familiarize themselves with the home builder's team and inventory in the metro area. July 28th was an evening of food, drinks and music is a great informal way to meet professionals one on one and develop meaningful relationships.
Our special guest speaker, Denver Councilman Michael Hancock, provided us with insightful information and anecdotes regarding housing matters in his district and new project developments in his home District 11. On the eve of the DIA mammoth project development announcement and upcoming Fastracks Eagle P3 Project, the discussion was timely and appropriate. Thanks to all who attended and to KB Home for hosting us!
Feds demand diversity on Wall Street
By: Carrie Budoff Brown, Politico
July 28, 2010
A little-noticed section of the Wall Street reform law grants the federal government broad new powers to compel financial firms to hire more women and minorities - an effort at promoting diversity that's drawing fire from Republicans who say it could lead to de facto hiring quotas.
Deep inside the massive overhaul bill, Congress gives the federal government authority to terminate contracts with any financial firm that fails to ensure the "fair inclusion" of women and minorities, forcing every kind of company from a Wall Street giant to a mom-and-pop law office to account for the composition of its work force.
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NAHREP Members: You don't want Arizona's climate of hate in your town!
by Gail Buck, NAHREP Member
For anyone who lives outside Arizona, the state's controversial immigration law is probably just a current event that gets debated over drinks with friends. Unless you've been subjected to prejudice for who you are, this is a subject that's easy to dismiss with all the other bad things that are happening in the world today.
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