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Tort reform may mean bringing your case to the publicPosted on February 01, 2004 | Type: In the News
Last year, the United States House of Representatives passed legislation that would have limited contingency fees collected by attorneys and set caps on non-economic damages at $250,000. But the bills never made it out of the Senate. In response, President Bush has indicated he will make tort reform a priority during the presidential campaign. He also remarked that, "The senators must understand that nobody in America has ever been healed by a frivolous lawsuit."[i]
Choice, Competition Why Charter Schools ExcelPosted on January 29, 2004 | Type: In the News
PHOENIX - This is how the conversation went:
School District Consolidation: Move Can Lead to Administrative Bloat, Fewer Dollars for ClassroomsPosted on January 23, 2004 | Type: In the News | Author: Ross Groen
Smart shoppers know that you can buy fish sticks cheaper if you buy the 20 lb. bag at Costco or Sam's Club than if you buy the 16-ounce pack from your local grocer. It's a simple economy of scale. Because the fish-stickery can spend less on packaging, savings can be passed on to the consumer.
Residents Favor Transit Tax, Poll SaysPosted on January 15, 2004 | Type: In the News
Maricopa County residents appear ready and willing to keep taxing themselves for improved transportation, according to The Arizona Republic Poll. But simmering questions over the value of light rail could still threaten the $15.8 billion plan.
To Get Economy Moving, Let Little Guys Get in the GamePosted on January 07, 2004 | Type: In the News
There's a lot of fretting these days about the Arizona economy.