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Scholarship Credit Does Indeed Assist Neediest StudentsPosted on April 15, 2002 | Type: In the News
After reading his obituary in a newspaper, Mark Twain laughed off the erroneous report stating, "Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated." Like Mark Twain's death, rumors of the demise of Arizona's education tax credit are greatly exaggerated. Despite headlines that "School tax credits fail poor," this essential program gives thousands of needy students access to first-rate educations.
State's Scholarship Tax Credit Program Should be ExpandedPosted on March 26, 2002 | Type: In the News
When Marcia Alexander became a young widow, her thoughts turned to her 3-year-old daughter Brenna. "Kyle and I promised each other we'd always put the children first," Marcia recalls, "But I had to go to work full time."
No Time to Power DownPosted on March 05, 2002 | Type: In the News
Nothing demonstrates better how feeble electricity deregulation has been in Arizona than the Corporation Commission's recent rejection of the proposed Toltec power station in Eloy. If the electricity market is open for competition, why do government regulators still prohibit private companies from providing electricity services to customers?
Arizona Highway RobberyPosted on February 04, 2002 | Type: In the News
PHOENIX--Would you like it if every time you paid a parking ticket, 10% of the fine went directly to the political campaign of someone you planned to vote against?
Question: If I ruled the state?Posted on January 12, 2002 | Type: In the News
If I ruled the state, I would want Arizona to be ahead of its time. As other states regress into excessive taxation, capricious regulation, and profligate spending, Arizona should move forward, breathing new life into liberty, scaling back government and safeguarding individual liberty.