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166 days — and the last 48 hours (access required)

As I continue to decompress from the most disheartening legislative week in my short career, I still can’t fathom how the body can so easy discard good legislation in exchange for a ballot initiative that was voted down just two ...

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Stop putting up barriers to voting (access required)

This Independence Day, as we grilled our hotdogs, lit our firecrackers, and raised a glass to our country, we should have also remembered what it is we were really celebrating: not just the birth of a nation, but the birth ...

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Are you ready for next generation of television? (access required)

The transition to digital television is coming — are you prepared? On Feb. 17, 2009, Arizona over-the-air television stations will make the federally mandated switch to digital broadcasting from analog.This serves as the biggest revolution in broadcast TV since the ...

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Stimulus packages that aren (access required)

Earlier this year, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club quietly preempted a slew of tax credits and subsidies proposed as an “economic stimulus” package. The package included tax subsidies for homebuyers, subsidies for solar and tourism and a bunch of other special ...

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Lies from the Goldwater Institute (access required)

The Goldwater Institute recently released a commentary that lied about me (June 13 Arizona Capitol Times Commentary called “Keep special needs, foster students in their schools.”). It said “Tom Horne Halts Scholarships” and that I am telling children “that their ...

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Horne’s voucher editorial missed the point (access required)

Last week was tempestuous among defenders of the embattled school-choice programs for disabled and foster children. Following an East Valley Tribune report and an article published by Tim Keller of the Institute for Justice reporting that Superintendent of Public Instruction ...

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Keep special needs, foster students in their schools (access required)

Arizona’s scholarship programs for children with disabilities and children in foster care have given hope to hundreds of children. Hope for a good education. Hope for a better future. For hundreds of children receiving scholarships this hope has become reality.Sadly, ...

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