There are substantial advantages and benefits to having a county government that spans virtually the entire metro area. Which makes breaking it up and creating four new, smaller counties a monumentally bad idea.
The state has enough money to both substantially increase funding for public schools and provide a larger measure of social equity for parents who want to send their kids to private schools.
Our fiscal Keystone Kops can’t pass a budget for a fiscal year nearly half over, much less have a proper debate about the extent to which their excessive fiscal stimulus has contributed to high inflation.
Suspending the gas tax while unnecessarily subsidizing EV charging stations reflects muddled thinking about both inflation and climate change.
The murky outcome of the bar complaints against AG Mark Brnovich raises issues the high court can’t resolve by fiddling with ethics rules.
City zoning and design standards deter lower-cost housing products for which there is a demand from coming to market. Although HB 2674 is probably dead for the session, it has some concepts worth considering to free up the market.
The principle that all government spending should be subject to a flexible cap isn’t outdated.
The joint statement issued by Putin and Xi was a defensive rationalization for the legitimacy of their regimes, not an expression of confidence about the future.
The U.S. Constitution doesn’t give Arizona a right to “engage in war” at the southern border.
A company wants to offer retail customers 100% clean electricity. The Legislature shouldn’t slam the door on that.