Before expensive augmentation projects are undertaken, water markets and pricing should be fully explored as a way to balance supply and demand.
Monthly Archives: December 2021
Biden’s botched Summit for Democracy
An international summit to forge a sense of common purpose among democracies wasn’t the place to try to score domestic political points.
Term limits for justices a better reform than court expansion
A Biden appointed commission points the way to channel reform energy on the left in a more productive direction.
Redistricting Commission can’t fix what’s wrong with Arizona politics
Gerrymandering the state for race and competitiveness won’t result in better general election choices. Only a nonpartisan top-two primary can do that.
Peoria’s instructive tale about stifling redevelopment
The city council clings to a plan rather than listening to the market. If the market says start with apartments, why snuff out that spark?
Help wanted: An inflation hawk for the Fed
The inflation blame game stops at a curious spot.
Time to get serious about economic decoupling with China
A recent report offer a useful starting point for the discussion and policy development.
A big issue in APS rate case appeal
Who pays for fossil fuel generation prematurely retired in a clean energy transition? The Arizona Corporation Commission has compromised its ability to protect captive ratepayers.