With the vaccine rollout, the COVID cloud over the economy should lift around summer. Unfortunately, the Biden administration is unlikely to do what should be done between now and then.
Antitrust lawsuits, such as Arizona Attorney General Mark Bronovich has joined against Facebook and Google, take forever. And they revolve around the wrong questions, to be answered by the wrong people.
Low-skilled workers and small business shouldn’t suffer a hugely disproportionate burden for uncertain gains.
The only core left to Trump’s Republican Party is the raw pursuit of power, irrespective of how dishonorable the means.
From tribal post-coal transition financial assistance to new renewable energy generation, APS wants to stick captive ratepayers with the tab.
The Goldwater Institute’s lawsuit will probably invalidate parts of Prop. 208, but not its income tax surcharge on the wealthy.
He has imposed a statewide mask mandate on places with the highest risk of transmission. And what happened to income tax rates as close to zero as possible?
It’s a bad idea. And exceeds the commission’s legal authority to boot.
The state Supreme Court held that Brnovich can’t sue other state agencies on his own hook. But there is still much for the Legislature to clarify and restrict. Why should the AG be the one to decide that the State of Arizona wants Obamacare struck down?