State pension program are collectively $24 billion underfunded. Paying down that debt is a wiser use of resources than establishing a big-dollar sinking fund for unspecified water augmentation projects.
Why is the United States Russia’s primary interlocutor on Ukraine, when our security interests there are, at most, peripheral?
New congressional map greatly enhances Republican prospects. New legislative map expands the playing field for Democrats. Plus a reform that would improve the process.
Arizona can have an income tax cut and a big increase in voter-protected K-12 spending, if the antagonists can pause the fighting long enough to see and seize the opportunity.
Sinema is wrong about the filibuster, but the attacks on her by progressives are demagogic nonsense.
The decision may not have as big of an effect on how the Legislature puts together future budgets as expected.
It used to be mostly unfair to blame Biden for inflation. It has become less so.
Despite seven years of generally successful center-right governance, the business community is his only steadfast constituency.
An unprepared Legislature is facing monumental uncertainty on both policy and politics.
The Legislature should curtail the activities of the Arizona Industrial Development Authority.