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Monthly Archives: September 2020
McSally ducks pre-existing conditions debate
McSally is right that her position on covering people with pre-existing health conditions has been unfairly distorted. But she puts the blame in the wrong place.
Legal weed initiative contains significant overreaches
Criminal penalties for marijuana use should be eliminated. But the self-dealing in Prop. 207 is hard to swallow.
GOP is playing with judicial dynamite
When it comes to considering a Supreme Court nominee in an election year, the hypocrisy is rank and thoroughly bipartisan.
Trump vs. Biden on wildfires
Forest management will immediately reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires. Climate change measures won’t. Trump has the better part of this argument.
On China, neither Trump nor Biden have it right
Xi’s China is fundamentally different. Neither the Trump nor Biden approach fully responds to that.
Prop. 208’s huge economic gamble
The Invest in Ed ballot proposition would give Arizona the ninth highest individual income tax rate in the country. That’s not encouraging company to be joining.
Kelly’s vagueness, not wealth, is the issue
Forget how Kelly made his money. Where does he stand on the issues? On what policies is he a nonpartisan independent, as he claims, rather than an orthodox Democrat?
Brnovich partially right on Ducey’s COVID-19 authority
Does state law give Ducey the authority to shut down businesses during a public health emergency? There’s reason to doubt it.
Democrats keep raising the stakes in presidential race
For those who prefer Trump to Biden on policy, but deplore his conduct in office, Democrats are making it a tough choice.