A nonpartisan budget wouldn’t increase K-12 funding without authorizing its expenditure or waste half a billion dollars on a border security talking point.
Biden’s letter about high gas prices displayed an obtuseness about the role price signals play in a market economy.
Leaked budget includes a billion dollars of transportation projects chosen through pure politics, not a prioritization of statewide needs.
Red flag laws, mental health and school safety should be the responsibility of state and local governments, not a broke national one.
Mismanagement of the budget process by GOP legislative leaders and Ducey hasn’t left enough time for a considered, bipartisan decision about what to do with the gargantuan surplus. That should be done in a special session.
Decision highlights the incoherence of administration policy on both China and energy.
Tax migration data show the value of low income tax rates. But if GOP lawmakers want to keep them, they should appropriate the additional education funding voters approved.
Trump attacks Brnovich. Brnovich responds by sucking up to Trump.
Youngkin, Kemp and Raffensperger show that there is a path to victory for Republican candidates running independent of Trump. So, why aren’t any Arizona GOP candidates running in that lane?
The soap opera at the Litchfield Elementary School District raises the question: What is the role, if any, for school boards and school districts in a K-12 school choice structure?