The new “public safety fee” is an underhanded maneuver around Prop. 108 and very bad governance.
If the transformative conservative reformer Ducey wants to make an appearance, here are four ideas that would make a difference for Arizona’s future.
Ducey is spurning a special session to conform the state code with federal changes for the 2018 tax year. That could make tax filing next year a fiasco.
In Arizona, Democrats ended their election drought with a downpour. It probably marks a new era of more competitive politics.
Her campaign made two strategic mistakes that had nothing to do with Trump.
The true significance of Ducey’s big margin of victory: voters like the prudent caretaker and pragmatic problem-solver he became.
That’s how the mid-term is shaping up. Which will be more powerful? The only way to know is to count the votes.
As this dispiriting election season comes to a close, some questions haunt: Is this the best that our democracy can produce? Is there a path to a better politics? I have a modest hope that there is.
A low-grade anti-retention campaign against Justices Bolick and Pelander illustrates the potential threat of the current system to an independent judiciary.
Democrats, including Sinema, are misrepresenting what Republicans passed, while ducking a important debate about improving the individual health insurance market while providing a reliable safety net for the seriously sick.