Arizona can have an income tax cut and a big increase in voter-protected K-12 spending, if the antagonists can pause the fighting long enough to see and seize the opportunity.
Sinema is wrong about the filibuster, but the attacks on her by progressives are demagogic nonsense.
The decision may not have as big of an effect on how the Legislature puts together future budgets as expected.
Despite seven years of generally successful center-right governance, the business community is his only steadfast constituency.
An unprepared Legislature is facing monumental uncertainty on both policy and politics.
The Legislature should curtail the activities of the Arizona Industrial Development Authority.
Before expensive augmentation projects are undertaken, water markets and pricing should be fully explored as a way to balance supply and demand.
Gerrymandering the state for race and competitiveness won’t result in better general election choices. Only a nonpartisan top-two primary can do that.
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?
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.