The real risk wasn’t losing state-shared revenues. It was turning the routers over to untrustworthy hands. The settlement precludes that.
Ducey ushered in a massive expansion of the presence of gambling in our culture, without maximizing revenues for the state.
The attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer are all running for higher office. Why should these positions be filled by politicians to begin with?
Schools are sitting on bundles of federal COVID cash. The time to spend it on intensive remediation is now.
If individual legislators have this much power, it violates the due process clause of the federal and state Constitutions.
The attempt at dodging a constitutional spending limit was the original sin.
The mayor, city manager and police chief fail to defend Phoenix cops against the claim that is the premise of the federal investigation, that they habitually engage in illegal acts.
Two recent white papers do nothing to contradict the impression that the Biden administration has no real plan for securing the southern border.
We’re paying a high price for politicians to say they are doing something about Covid.
The Arizona Free Enterprise Club lawsuit to enjoin referenda on recently enacted tax cuts is based on sound policy. Taxing and spending should be the exclusive domain of the Legislature. But that’s not what the Arizona Constitution provides.