For individuals, increased simplicity was the chief benefit of the Trump tax reform. Legislators also made that the chief benefit in conforming state law to the federal changes.
If Republicans are going to throw a spending party, there’s no reason not to invite the Democrats.
Local projects should be funded by local taxpayers, with local political accountability.
The Trump administration wants to get the federal government out of the electricity business, but McSally says no.
The Kyl-Kennedy legislation provided the framework: Democrats win the argument about the past; Republicans about the future.
Rather than arguing over which politician drafts ballot language, why not make the administration of our elections nonpartisan?
Based upon the state’s experience in the last recession, not much.
There’s the money to fully restore two K-12 programs severely cut to cope with the recession. That should come first.
Reduced crime rates were a big accomplishment. The unwarranted and excessive political scrutiny given to the Phoenix PD and Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office are the sort of thing that might put it at risk.
A lawsuit would have a federal judge make the decisions about Arizona’s foster care system, and take them away from our elected officials.