When it comes to respecting constitutional bounds, Donald Trump is no William Taft.
If the Corporation Commission doesn’t have the authority to dictate future energy mixes under its ratemaking power, where does it get the authority?
Now that the 9th Circuit has cleared away any legal questions, perhaps Gov. Ducey’s finest moment can be more broadly appreciated.
There was one unquestionably dodgy loan. Schweikert needs to provide documentation that the other loans he has made to his campaign, and for which he was repaid, were legit.
Compared to Arizona’s monumental general election, the primary is a pretty pedestrian affair. But here are four primary contests that could affect the general election outcome and Arizona’s future.
Alleged deficiencies in the statutorily required 100-word summary of this year’s initiatives don’t raise to the level of the 2018 Invest in Ed, which the Arizona Supreme Court tossed off the ballot. The court should use these legal challenges to clarify the rules.
But it won’t be enough to fix Arizona’s seriously underfunded public employee pension programs.
Tests are, and will remain, a scarce resource. To maximize their use to prevent serious and deadly cases, priority should be given to vulnerable populations.
The case for shutting down the state again is based on flawed cross-state COVID comparisons. Here’s the missing perspective.
Delay openings, including for distance learning, until after Labor Day. Don’t assume students will socially distance. Add rigor to distance learning. And, while at it, re-engineer the school day and year.