The only way to stop the scandals is to stop being apprenticeship programs for professional sports.
Gun-control politics are actually rather simple: there are more votes against than for. Demonizing the NRA hasn’t changed that.
A mental health injunction against possessing firearms might actually prevent some mass shootings.
After a faulty state, Senate President Steve Yarbrough is headed in the right direction in changing the composition of the redistricting commission by adding more independents.
A two-thirds vote to extend the Prop. 301 education sales tax actually has some life in the legislature.
A bipartisan majority of the Senate voted to give dreamers legal status and a path to citizenship. The filibuster rule killed it.
But it is captive ratepayers who will take the risk.
A shout out to leaders who exemplify Arizona: Jon Kyl, Alfredo Gutierrez, Jerry Colangelo, Lou Witzeman.
Infrastructure is intrinsically local. And the federal government is broke.