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Arizona leaders eschew porkPosted on August 20, 2005 | Type: In the News
Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl and Reps. John Shadegg and Jeff Flake - all Arizona Republicans - were among 12 lawmakers who opposed the transportation bill, the Goldwater Institute noted.
Tax credit scholarships provide a win-win scenarioPosted on May 19, 2005 | Type: In the News
Up to 1,500 low-income children may receive scholarships to private schools, thanks to the new corporate tuition tax credit.
Come back, BarryPosted on May 12, 2005 | Type: In the News
The Republican Party continues to abandon small-government conservatism at its peril
State budget in the blackPosted on May 04, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Robbie Sherwood
If Republican leaders force Gov. Janet Napolitano to blink and sign a state budget that doesn't include her top spending wishes, it won't be because the state lacks the money.
Economic Indicators Show Phoenix is Model City for New WestPosted on April 27, 2005 | Type: In the News
PHOENIX-A new report by renowned urban development expert Joel Kotkin shows Phoenix's multi-centric growth has made it a national leader by almost all measures of economic strength. In population growth, job growth, quality of jobs, cost of living, average wages, income growth, and presence of high-tech companies, the Phoenix region is excelling and performing far better than cities traditionally thought to be exemplars of urban development. For instance, after adjusting for cost of living, Phoenix's 2003 average wage was 5.1 percent higher than Boston's, 28.9 percent higher than San Diego's, and 33.5 percent higher than San Francisco's.