The state should stay in control to ensure the opportunities of a sharing economy. But local governments should have greater latitude to protect the peaceful order of residential neighborhoods.
Discretionary additional dollars are best for education. Earmarking them for a school safety grant program was troubling enough before Ducey’s intervention on behalf of a single school.
Although prosecutors haven’t proven a thing in court, virtually everything Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen owns has been seized.
A federal judge continues to micromanage the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, even though Penzone isn’t doing anything remotely similar to Arpaio’s immigration sweeps.
A federal judge is trying to force reinstatement of a fired Senate Democratic staffer, whom a jury found was discriminated against. Given the nature of the job, that’s the wrong remedy.
The route the supervisors have chosen will cost taxpayers a bundle, and very well may fail.
The adverse consequences for Arizona are so monumental that Brnovich should hope that his lawsuit to have Obamacare declared unconstitutional fails.
Why aren’t city hall and the police chief defending Phoenix cops against the false charge of being trigger-happy?
Notebook: Fossil fuel lobbyists aren’t the ones pushing for uranium mining. And why would Arizona substitute new solar for existing nuclear power? That’s nuts.
Phoenix city hall says it’s a user fee. But it charges commercial transporters for things their passengers don’t use, and disproportionately for the things they do.