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  • Arizona's Legislature: Less Than Half a Loaf

    Posted on October 01, 2003 | Type: Press Release | Author: Satya Thallam

    An old proverb holds that half a loaf is better than none. But what do you do with less than half a loaf?

  • Report Card: Arizona Legislators Score Poorly in 2003 Spring Session

    Posted on September 29, 2003 | Type: Press Release

    Phoenix-Arizona legislators scored poorly on the Goldwater Institute's 2003 Legislative Report Card, with averages for both the Senate and House of Representatives under 50 percent in an analysis of 191 votes in the areas of education, constitutional government, regulation, and fiscal policy. Votes were graded according to whether they promoted the principles of limited government, individual liberty, and individual responsibility.

  • Regulations, Taxes Rule Investments

    Posted on August 25, 2003 | Type: Press Release | Author: Tom Jenney

    In a recent article, a Republic business columnist argued that opponents of the Phoenix Civic Plaza expansion and university lab funding lacked the vision of Arizona political giants like Carl Hayden and John Rhodes, writing that "If we'd have listened to the naysayers, California would happily have taken our water."

  • Mas Alla de Represas y Canales?

    Posted on August 25, 2003 | Type: Press Release | Author: Tom Jenney

    En un escrito reciente, un columnista de la Arizona Republic argumentó que los opositores a la expansión de la Phoenix Civic Plaza y a la construcción de laboratorios en las universidades, carecen de la visión que tuvieron los gigantes polí­ticos del pasado de Arizona, como Carl Hayden y John Rhodes. Segón el escritor, "Si hubiéramos escuchado a los opositores, California se hubiera apropiado de nuestra agua."

  • Informe sobre becas en Florida apoya reforma propuesta para Arizona

    Posted on June 24, 2003 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX -- En un informe publicado el 11 de junio del aóo en curso, Jay P. Greene y Greg Forster, eruditos del Manhattan Institute, reportan que el programa de becas escolares McKay del estado de Florida ha merecido el apoyo deuna mayoría decisiva de padres de niños clasificados como "discapacitados en aprendizaje." Bajo elprograma McKay, las familias de niños clasificados así reciben becas que se pueden utilizar paramatricularlos en escuelas privadas.

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