Regulation Rollback | Office of the Arizona Governor

“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in Governor Ducey’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation to open a new business or to expand an existing one.While we’ve made great progress in growing our economy and Continue reading Regulation Rollback | Office of the Arizona Governor

Balanced Budget Amendment passed the Arizona Senate In Front of Governor HB 2226

We have been working for years on this Bill to have the States pass an amendment to the Constitution to force the Federal Government to do what it won’t do….balance its own budget. Please call Governor Ducey’s at 602 542-4331  Continue reading Balanced Budget Amendment passed the Arizona Senate In Front of Governor HB 2226

Arizona Skyrocketing University Cost Gripped by Special Interest

Unable to push through a cap on university tuition hikes to control costs, a state lawmaker wants to require universities to offer a “stripped-down” degree. Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, acknowledged Wednesday she cannot marshal the votes for her plan to Continue reading Arizona Skyrocketing University Cost Gripped by Special Interest

Notes On the Arizona Libertarian Convention 2017

Brief summary of the results and some of my general observations of this year’s Arizona Libertarian Party Convention and associated events of 21 January 2017. Those wanting more detail, correct spellings of names, and greater certainty should refer to the official minutes when the state party posts them. Also, though several people from other counties volunteered for various things, I noted only where Pima people volunteered. In addition, other attendees may have different observations that they are free to post. Continue reading Notes On the Arizona Libertarian Convention 2017

For-profit colleges expect fortunes to improve under Trump | Tucson Business News | tucson.com

In September, the ITT Technical Institute chain shut down after the federal government mostly barred it from enrolling new students as a sanction for academic troubles. A month later, the Apollo Education Group, owner of the University of Phoenix, told Continue reading For-profit colleges expect fortunes to improve under Trump | Tucson Business News | tucson.com