Alleged deficiencies in the statutorily required 100-word summary of this year’s initiatives don’t raise to the level of the 2018 Invest in Ed, which the Arizona Supreme Court tossed off the ballot. The court should use these legal challenges to clarify the rules.
But it won’t be enough to fix Arizona’s seriously underfunded public employee pension programs.
Tests are, and will remain, a scarce resource. To maximize their use to prevent serious and deadly cases, priority should be given to vulnerable populations.
The case for shutting down the state again is based on flawed cross-state COVID comparisons. Here’s the missing perspective.
Delay openings, including for distance learning, until after Labor Day. Don’t assume students will socially distance. Add rigor to distance learning. And, while at it, re-engineer the school day and year.
Greg Stanton claims authorship pride in the self-proclaimed infrastructure funding plan of House Democrats, which is actually about much more than just that. But in terms of fiscal responsibility, federalism and the allocation of capital, it’s a step backward.
Whether sweeping them up in an executive order to close the bar loophole is illegal is a more difficult question.
Police reform in Congress is at a dead stop, and Sinema’s support of a virtual filibuster is part of the reason. This wasn’t good-faith bipartisanship.
Why is it the job of the United States to protect democratic Europe against a smaller and economically weaker Russia?
Her vacation tax credit may be pro-business, but it violates fundamental economic conservative principles.