If there is to be judicially-mandated same-sex marriage, the high court shouldn’t be a bystander.
GOP legislators complain about Prop. 480’s taxes, but they are responsible for the current burden.
Tobin says no increase in the retirement age, no benefit cuts, no tax hike. That leaves running out of money.
Unlike the villainous caricatures on television, the candidates for state office, on both party tickets, are well-motivated, amply experienced and capable.
Lessons to be learned from the serial failures of a Mesa Gateway manufacturing plant.
Cold Stone Creamery attacks unlikely to move enough independents and crossover Republicans to overcome Ducey’s GOP registration and turnout advantage. But the DuVal campaign hasn’t really invested in anything else.
Biggest surprise of the general election season so far is the extent to which Goddard is running for secretary of state on a social issue, specifically SB 1062.
The election calendar shouldn’t discourage contested primaries or stunt general election debates. The current one does.
A three percent increase in state revenue shouldn’t cause a budget crisis. Quit temporizing and adopt a truly balanced and sustainable state budget.
The county hospital and clinic system is a relic, but there are reasons to keep it. Prop. 480’s price, however, is steep.