DeBolske, who passed away this week, had a greater influence on the development of the modern Phoenix metro area than any other figure in our history.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell surprisingly concocted an Obamacare replacement, call it Mitchcare, that was actually worth passing.
The U.S. Constitution couldn’t be plainer, and the case has some twists a jury, not a judge, should weigh.
The problem with seeing national security threats everywhere is that the real ones don’t get the attention they merit.
GOP leaders don’t have the votes, and their alternatives aren’t any better. So, pull the plug on an Obamacare replacement and adopt these three more limited measures instead.
In Murr v. Wisconsin, even the dissenters fail to give property rights the stature intended by the founders. Fortunately, Arizona voters have.
The actual likely effects of GOP Obamacare replacements on Arizona’s Medicaid program don’t justify all the hysteria.
By deferring pension payments, the City of Phoenix is kicking a structural deficit down the road and making it bigger.
Congressional Republicans should have considered fixing the individual health insurance market and Medicaid reform separately.
Small differences in reasoning in the recent Arizona Court of Appeals decision can have big consequences for how much Dreamers have to pay in tuition.