The Arizona Supreme Court uses shaky reasoning in finding that a Medicaid hospital assessment didn’t require a two-thirds vote for approval.
Since success in politics is determined by addition, why the obsession with defining people out of one’s political communion?
A letter from Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs illustrates why GOP tax reform is probably doomed, and will disappoint if passed.
Entrepreneurial litigation is a big problem and Arizona’s Attorney General is doing something about it.
Nationally, the left is joining the right in seeing occupational licensing as excessively restrictive and locking out those trying to climb the lower rungs of the economic ladder. Arizona will be a place to watch to see if that matters.
When is a new administratively set fee not a new administratively set fee?
The budget resolution of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, which Grijalva co-chairs, shows where Democrats would lead the country if they regain power.
Stanton’s tenure as mayor was characterized by progressive gestures with much meat to them.
The lesson from the latest budget shortfall is that state government isn’t going to grow its way out of its current stagnation.
Despite a lack of funding, Arizona students score at the national average on the National Assessment of Educational Progress tests.