Moving toward a flat-tax would improve the trajectory of the state’s economy. But the budget proposal skirts the edge of sustainability for state programs.
School-choice competition is producing more for students. But it should also be producing more for teachers. A recent study documents the extent to which that isn’t happening.
The state shouldn’t be the business of offering wage bonuses, or arbitary and unfair benefits to some job seekers but not others.
That should be a big rebound year for Republicans in Arizona. But not for a Trump party still fighting the 2020 presidential election.
Why a fully nonpartisan top-two primary is a better reform than ranked-choice voting.
A surprisingly productive legislative session, illustrated by this fundamental reform making it much easier for innocent parties to get their property back when it is seized by government.
To truly serve students, Arizona’s community colleges need to evolve into a full-fledged state college system offering a comprehensive alternative to the expensive research university model. Recent legislation allowing them to offer some four-years degrees is only a start.
The numbers on Biden’s massive government expansion don’t add up. Ultimately, it will require a broad-based tax increase. HIs agenda isn’t moderate, centrist or bipartisan. Will Kelly and Sinema support it anyway?