There’s a constructive path forward for higher teacher pay that doesn’t involve a teachers strike.
A new “highway safety fee” can be enacted with a simple majority, rather than Prop. 108’s required two-thirds, but only because it has no limit placed on it.
The Legislature preserves one tax dodge while considering opening another.
Ducey should be in charge of the state’s water policy, not the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, but his plan should be approached with caution.
The only way to stop the scandals is to stop being apprenticeship programs for professional sports.
A mental health injunction against possessing firearms might actually prevent some mass shootings.
After a faulty state, Senate President Steve Yarbrough is headed in the right direction in changing the composition of the redistricting commission by adding more independents.
A two-thirds vote to extend the Prop. 301 education sales tax actually has some life in the legislature.
But it is captive ratepayers who will take the risk.
A shout out to leaders who exemplify Arizona: Jon Kyl, Alfredo Gutierrez, Jerry Colangelo, Lou Witzeman.