Substantial changes in Medicaid are inevitable. The sooner the state prepares for them, the better.
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Blame the Senate filibuster rule for Ryancare’s demise
Conservative governance is impossible unless the filibuster rule is interred.
Reverse boosterism gets a reality check
If things here are so rotten, why did more people move to Maricopa County than any other county in the country?
The social conservative blitzkrieg
The freedom of conscience legislation regarding end of life care illustrates how little weight the libertarian perspective is given in Arizona’s GOP.
Why not exempt manufacturers from all taxes?
It’s based on mistaken economic thinking, but legislators continue to propound tax break after tax break for manufacturers. Why not go whole hog and just exempt them entirely?
Trump’s refreshing budget blueprint
Trump’s program eliminations constitute the boldest attempt to revive true federalism since Reagan.
Pro bono help for Burns?
Where are the transparent government do-gooders when they could actually do some good?
CBO’s phony figures on Ryancare
The estimates are conjectures built upon suppositions built upon assumptions.
Ducey can’t finesse a Prop. 301 fight
Ducey’s support for an extension of Prop. 301 wasn’t ever really in doubt. Beyond that, it get’s sticky.
Make this bum idea stand on its own
Ducey’s university bonding proposal shouldn’t be snuck into the fine print of a budget bill.