Ducey hasn’t really set an agenda for the state. He just handled stuff as it came up. But he didn’t do that badly.
What kind of a conservative will Lesko be in Congress? Where is Sinema a centrist, and where isn’t she?
There’s an imaginable nuclear deal with North Korea. But it isn’t the one the Trump administration says it will insist on.
The First Amendment doesn’t give businesses a right to discriminate against gays. But do we really have to litigate over a wedding cake?
Trump should be able to control access to the audience he has created.
Even with Douglas’ edits to the science standards, Arizona students would be taught evolution and nothing else.
There is no basis for a judge to decide which Census questions are permissible. But there’s no need for the citizenship question.
Educational entrepreneurs shouldn’t be robbed of their ability, and right, to manage their creations.
Legislative Democrats crafted a sensible proposal for a mental health injunction to deny the mentally ill with violent tendencies access to guns. They didn’t attach conditions to it until Ducey proposed something similar.
Although the Supreme Court ruling wasn’t the victory for states rights commonly depicted, Gov. Doug Ducey had some interesting things to say in its aftermath.