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Trust fund dollars for the arts (access required)

What is it that makes the arts such an easy target when it comes to cutting budgets and programs that support them?School arts programs are nearly always the first to go when budgets need to be trimmed, despite extensive research ...

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Legislature fails to acknowledge HOA wrongs (access required)

At the Homeland Security and Property Rights Committee hearing on Feb. 25, Rep. Doug Clark commented that this bill was “trying to solve a lot of society’s ills.” This astute observation has been long in coming. Still, the Legislature fails ...

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Defy the feds, save your stimulus check (access required)

The stimulus package President Bush signed into law is intended to fuel the economy and help avoid a recession by getting Americans to spend more money. However, Americans are already spending too much. According to a new Commerce Department report, ...

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Slowing down Arizona’s budget rollercoaster (access required)

Arizona’s recent budget history looks a lot like a rollercoaster. During years with strong economic growth, state politicians allow spending to shoot up to unsustainably high levels. Then, during economic slowdowns, when revenues fall off, state spending goes crashing downward. ...

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Horne’s plan would lead to crisis in Arizona schools (access required)

Arizonans should be outraged at Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne’s utter disregard for the immense financial burden the implementation of the new, state-mandated instructional model for English language learners will place on every public school in Arizona. If the ...

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Myths and facts of Clean Cars Program (access required)

A program exists to help Arizonans save money at the pump and help clean up our brown cloud, but the nay-sayers, namely the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, have come calling, waging a national campaign to preempt states from adopting more ...

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