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Campaign Cash Reform ChampionedPosted on February 13, 2006 | Type: In the News
SANTA CLARITA - Residents fed up with ballooning campaign spending will ask local officials to follow lawmakers in Los Angeles and Sacramento who are considering public campaign finance plans. Even if the City Council embraces the measure, it would be too late for the April 11 City Council election, where three seats are up for grabs.
Economic report card gives state near-failing gradesPosted on February 10, 2006 | Type: In the News | Author: Mike Sunnucks
A new national report card skewers Arizona's economy despite the state's high employment growth and population gains in recent years.
Targeted tax cuts are good politics, poor policyPosted on February 02, 2006 | Type: In the News | Author: Noah Clarke
Gov. Janet Napolitano's "targeted tax relief" plan is targeted, indeed. It rewards a few people, on a few days and only for certain behaviors.
Next president should follow Michigan model for growthPosted on January 25, 2006 | Type: In the News
In November, the Goldwater Institute, a libertarian think tank based in Phoenix, released a telling case study of the rise of one of the nation's premier public universities, the University of Michigan.
Foes say governor's health plan could cost billionsPosted on January 09, 2006 | Type: In the News
Gov. Janet Napolitano's proposal to expand government-run children's health insurance could bring high financial costs, according to the Goldwater Institute