If the state has to resort to subterfuge and smuggling to obtain the means of execution, it’s time to make life in prison the ultimate punishment.
While there is much to dislike in Prop. 105, it will stop Phoenix from pouring good money after bad in fixed rail.
The budget deal moves federal finances in the wrong direction. And the government shutdown clock wasn’t ticking.
Given how deeply Phoenix’s pension programs are underwater, modest spending restraint to prioritize reducing pension debt is a prudent course.
If an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana doesn’t include the authority for an independent regulator to limit potency, Gov. Ducey and the Legislature should step in.
The state shouldn’t be in the incentives game. But if it is, the rule of law requires that they be dispensed without regard to whether the governor agrees with the political views of the company.
A national study hails the performance of Arizona students, but overlooks the most likely reason for it.
The court’s majority got it right, but the dissent illustrates the problem.
But will he try to do anything about it?
An auditor general’s report illustrates what a mistake it was to have the state take over capital funding for schools.