Pay back the debt owned supporting cities and get a more aggressive owner.
The usually useful scolds of the congressional practices of logrolling and pork make an exception.
And it has potentially serious ramifications for the Valley’s economic health.
Forget the “buy local” economic hooey.
Where should the moral line be drawn on keeping Americans safe?
Proves Ronald Reagan’s adage about a government program being the closest thing to eternal life on earth.
The bill represents a congressional failure, but the alternative was fiscal chaos.
An unconstitutionally vague definition of “political committee” is the beginning of the problems.
Does anyone really believe that without incentives the Valley won’t have all the hotel rooms, office space and retail outlets we want or need?
Brewer inherited a fiscal mess, and is leaving one.