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  • Cash for College

    Posted on March 14, 2006 | Type: Press Release

    Market-based Reforms Will Make Schools More Efficient and Save Tax Dollars

  • 100 Ideas for 100 Days 2006

    Posted on January 09, 2006 | Type: Press Release

    Phoenix--The 2006 legislative session opened today with the Governors annual State of the State Address, during which the Governor identified budget and policy priorities for this year, most of which call for a larger and more expensive state government. The Goldwater Institute offers 100 ideas for 100 days that will instead allow for growth in the private sector.

  • Tempe Loses Bid to Take Property

    Posted on November 30, 2005 | Type: Press Release | Author: Benjamin Barr

    The Arizona Supreme Court yesterday rejected Tempe's request for a special action in Tempe v. Valentine. At issue was whether Tempe's proposal to condemn private property to make way for a developer to erect a shopping mall met the constitutional definition of "public use." At the trial court, Tempe lost; prompting the city to file its special action petition.

  • New Report Finds Education Savings Accounts Hold Promise for Students

    Posted on November 15, 2005 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX-The government spends an estimated $100,000 on a child's education by the time he finishes high school, and instead should deposit those funds directly into family-owned and directed Education Savings Accounts, according to a new report released today by the Goldwater Institute.

  • Goldwater Institute and NAACP Maricopa County Branch File Arizona Supreme Court Amicus Brief

    Posted on November 14, 2005 | Type: Press Release

    An Arizona Supreme Court amicus brief filed today, written by the Goldwater Institute and joined by the NAACP Maricopa County Branch, argues for upholding private property protections guaranteed by the Arizona Constitution and asks the Court to uphold the legal standard developed in Bailey v. Meyers that protects property owners against eminent domain abuse by governments.

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