State Powers

The states are powerful enough to stand up to the federal government when it violates citizens’ rights. Learn how we can better leverage the power of states.

<p>The states are powerful enough to stand up to the federal government when it violates citizens’ rights. Learn how we can better leverage the power of states.</p>

Governor Napolitano's State of the State address promises big programs despite a $1 billion state deficit.

Despite a $1 billion deficit facing Arizona, Governor Napolitano's State of the State address promised more government spending, including free tuition at Arizona's colleges and universities to in-state students earning a B average or better.  Listen to Darcy Olsen discuss Governor Napolitano's State of the State address on KNST with Jim Parisi.

Phoenix--A poll released today by the Goldwater Institute shows Hispanics in Arizona overwhelmingly support school choice measures that have been routinely opposed by the Hispanic Caucus. 82 percent of Hispanic adults support expanding to all students Arizonas current laws that provide private school tuition scholarships for disabled children and those in foster care. Last year, 14 of 16 members of the Hispanic Caucus voted against those two measures.

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