Arizona Trying to Show that Government Doesn’t Have To Be Broken

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is bringing private sector expertise to government. Shutterstock “The federal government makes a mess out of everything it touches… [But] government can work when it respects its limited role, and listens to the people.” This quote Continue reading Arizona Trying to Show that Government Doesn’t Have To Be Broken

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

Arizona lawmakers to mull huge school voucher expansion | News | tucson.com

A yearslong effort by school choice advocates to expand school vouchers to all 1.1 million Arizona schoolchildren was expected to come to a head Thursday as the Legislature moves to debate bills setting in place a planned four-year phase-in of Continue reading Arizona lawmakers to mull huge school voucher expansion | News | tucson.com

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 Supreme Court unanimously rejects minimum wage challenge | Local news | tucson.com

The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to a minimum wage increase approved by voters in the November election. Tuesday’s brief order from the high court says the seven justices unanimously rejected the challenge from the Arizona Chamber of Continue reading Arizona Supreme Court unanimously rejects minimum wage challenge | Local news | tucson.com

Locals Resisting Trump Hunting Immigrants: Anti-Slavery Movement

Four years after the U.S. Constitution effectively enshrined slavery, Washington passed its first Fugitive Slave Act, granting slave owners a “right” to recover their “property.” But by the beginning of the 19th century, free Northern states such as Pennsylvania, appalled Continue reading Locals Resisting Trump Hunting Immigrants: Anti-Slavery Movement