The real lesson from a recent legislative staff report is that maximizing parental choice in education is relatively inexpensive.
Mexico should wait Trump out and reduce barriers to a higher performing domestic economy.
Here are some better ideas.
The judges ignore the statutory grant of authority that is the heart of Trump’s legal case.
The Legislature is mulling opaque ways of funding university buildings, hockey arenas and more.
The temporary pause is a rabbit hole. The real action is what Trump ordered as permanent policy, which isn’t being challenged.
A bill mandating a review of sales tax exemptions is a waste of time.
The need for more education funding overall shouldn’t paralyze debate and action on fixing what’s in the existing school finance formula that doesn’t make sense.
Ducey went way out on a limb for new spending initiatives a truly prudent budget can’t support.
The drive for universal vouchers at the Legislature will be an occasion for muddled thinking all around.