Arizona’s economy is just starting to come back from a devastating spring and summer due to the pandemic shutdowns. The last thing we should do is pump the breaks on the recovery by putting in place the largest permanent tax increase in state history.
Millions of Americans have been forced into new remote work arrangements during the coronavirus health crisis. The health risks are paramount, but day-to-day challenges like video conferencing and children’s education have made the situation even harder for remote workers. And absent action from Congress, remote work can have consequences for these taxpayers’ wallets as well.
Planning on a trip to the Big Apple? Be prepared to spend two weeks locked away somewhere as a new directive from the governors of three Northeast states proves that sometimes what goes around comes around. The chief executives of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut announced June 24 they would require a 14-day quarantine […]
A state lawmaker wants to prevent doctors in Arizona from using unconscious women to help train interns in how to perform pelvic exams.
Standard & Poor’s recently lowered New Jersey’s credit rating, citing concerns over unfunded pension and health benefits for public workers that could balloon to $185 billion by 2040.