Protecting ESAs in the Budget Is Good News for Education and the State’s Surplus
The Republican-led legislature passed the $17.8 billion budget, and it was a big win for students, parents, school choice, and Arizona’s taxpayers
HCR2039 Is an Important Amendment to Reign in Emergency Powers
It’s crucial to ensure proper checks and balances of the delegated authority no matter what current or future statutes on emergency powers look like
It’s Time To Hold the City of Phoenix Accountable for Its Handling of The Zone
For years, homeless encampments have been springing up in liberal-run cities, and in recent years, this trend made its way into Phoenix.
Maricopa County’s Proposal to Comply with the EPA Threatens to Turn Arizona into California
If you enjoy losing your freedom for a goal that is impossible to achieve, the Maricopa Association of Governments has you covered.
Lawmakers Must Put a Stop to Any Bans on Gas Stoves
The government should not be using health and safety concerns as a smokescreen for Green New Deal mandates or telling citizens how they’re allowed to cook food.
Tucson Is Heading Down the Path of Other Failing Leftist Cities with Its Climate Action Plan
Tucson has finalized its plan to solve its “climate emergency” to the tune of an estimated $326 million. But it’s not just the cost that should concern you.
It’s Time to Fight the EPA’s Attempts to Impose Radical Regulations in Arizona
The Biden administration and radical environmentalists are using ozone control measures to enforce their climate change agenda in Arizona.
The People of Arizona Deserve a Chance to Vote on Critical Race Theory
SCR1024 would give the people of Arizona a chance to make their voices heard on CRT and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion policies.
Stopping Katie Hobbs’ Nomination for DHS Was a Great First Step, but There’s More Work to Do
Republican lawmakers must be prepared to fight back against Katie Hobbs’ radical appointments to various boards, commissions, and state agencies.
Republicans Need to Protect Arizona’s Citizens from Executive Overreach
With Hobbs prepared to rule by executive action for the foreseeable future, HCR2039 would be a great first step toward reining in her emergency powers.
Now That Social-Emotional Learning Programs Are Being Eliminated, Schools Can Prioritize What Matters: Academics
Tom Horne has taken important steps to stop indoctrination while fighting back against cancel culture and improving student performance.
Katie Hobbs’ Budget Is One Big Liberal Wish List
The people of Arizona do not want to turn our state into the next California. But Katie Hobbs has made it clear—that’s exactly what she intends to do.