After May 18: What Arizona must do next
Regardless of what happens to the Proposition 100 sales tax hike on May 18, Gov. Jan Brewer and the Arizona Legislature have a lot of work ahead of them.
Health care law signals federal takeover
Since the passage of the Troubled Assets Relief Program, the stimulus bills, and the recent health care bill, I have become increasingly concerned regarding the direction of our country.
Arizona needs KidsCare – not just half of it
KidsCare offers affordable health insurance for children in working families. It has been an Arizona success story for more than 10 years, helping thousands of children grow up healthy and strong. But a year ago, Gov. Jan Brewer and our legislative leaders began cutting KidsCare.
Competitiveness should rule in Joint Strike Fighter acquisitions
I applaud those in Congress who are championing the case for competition on the Joint Strike Fighter. It’s the poster child for acquisition reform if there ever was one.
Capitol Police report few incidents during immigration protests
Recycled film clips playing on CNN and Fox News might lead viewers outside of downtown Phoenix to believe the state Capitol has been under siege the previous two weeks by people protesting the signing of a controversial illegal immigration enforcement measure.
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