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Reshuffling is not reform (access required)

This November, Arizona voters will decide whether 76 school districts should be combined into 27 larger, unified districts. Prompting the ballot initiative is the fact that fewer than six cents of every education dollar ever reaches the classroom. But don’t ...

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Regulating HOAs violates freedom of contract (access required)

The Arizona Senate is considering a bill that would regulate homeowner associations by imposing government mandates on HOA contracts.This bill runs afoul of freedom of contract, the principle that the government should not interfere with agreements reached by willing parties. ...

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Unintended consequences for ATPP fund (access required)

As legislators and the executive recouped existing funds to help balance the fiscal year 2008 budget, the Developmentally Disabled Client Services Trust Fund, referred to in H2620 as the ATPP fund, must have seemed a logical fund from which to ...

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I’d gladly pay you Tuesday for a payday loan today (access required)

Arizona lawmakers are considering legislation to cap the annual interest rate that can be charged on small consumer loans — typically called “payday loans.” The proposed legislation will effectively end payday lending in the state and financially harm many Arizonans ...

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