Of all the bills making their way through the Legislature, this one has the most potential to improve the trajectory of the state.
Appointees with relevant expertise will provide better oversight of monopoly providers than politicians elected in low-visibility campaigns.
If lawmakers want to make sure that firefighters who get cancer aren’t left in a lurch, there’s a better way than putting the entire cost on the workers’ comp system.
The bill to give AG Mark Brnovich political cover over his lawsuit to strike down Obamacare is an empty gesture. But there is something meaningful the legislature could do.
Captive ratepayers shouldn’t have to cover its recently announced big bet on solar.
The Ninth Circuit says a ban on ballot harvesting isn’t illegal per se. But Arizona, unlike other states, can’t adopt it. That’s unfair and constitutionally suspect.
Economic conservatives want increased sales tax collections on internet purchases to be offset, calling it a tax hike. But taxes were owed on such transactions all along.
Fully restoring Additional Assistance funding the the schools in next year’s budget should put an end to a lawsuit and reset the education finance debate.
Tough talk on taxes and the spending lobby in the State of the State doesn’t fit how Ducey has actually governed, as a prudent centrist.
Getting the budget done early would be good for the state and the Legislature. But it would be easier to accomplish that with a bipartisan budget.