From tribal post-coal transition financial assistance to new renewable energy generation, APS wants to stick captive ratepayers with the tab.
The Goldwater Institute’s lawsuit will probably invalidate parts of Prop. 208, but not its income tax surcharge on the wealthy.
He has imposed a statewide mask mandate on places with the highest risk of transmission. And what happened to income tax rates as close to zero as possible?
It’s a bad idea. And exceeds the commission’s legal authority to boot.
The state Supreme Court held that Brnovich can’t sue other state agencies on his own hook. But there is still much for the Legislature to clarify and restrict. Why should the AG be the one to decide that the State of Arizona wants Obamacare struck down?
A closely divided Legislature and a lingering COVID cloud augur for a session of hunker-down, status-quoism. Skinny budget II?
The descent of Andy Biggs into becoming just another partisan brawler has been painful, and disappointing, to watch.
Republicans are celebrating losing the 2020 election by less than expected. To actually win, the GOP base has to move beyond personal loyalty to Trump, in favor of making the same points in a less alienating way.
The story of this election isn’t that Trump boosted Republican turnout. It’s that independents didn’t hold Trump against down-ballot Republicans. That’s particularly true in Arizona and Maricopa County.
California voters reject racial preferences and Illinois voters reject a tax-the-rich scheme.