Turk, ACA would work fine if we got everyone on the program. Right now, it was cheaper for the young to take the tax penalty instead of insurance. So, some insurers lost money and left the program.
My god, you'd think in a blue place like Tucson and in a left wing newspaper, there would be no question of undivided support for PP. OK, for the uneducated commenters on here, let's review one more time: PP NEVER uses taxpayer money for abortion services; contraception prevents abortion; PP provides low-cost, long-acting, 100% effective contraception to low income women who otherwise might get pregnant and seek abortion.
Ducey's next step? That's easy -- more tax cuts for his fat-cat cronies in Phoenix now that he's "solved" the education budget. I'd bet $5 on it.
Wheeler, in this case you were non-thinking or deceived. With a little bit of consideration, anyone can see Proposition 123 is clearly a ploy to give Arizona Republican fat-cats yet another tax cut. If it passes, Ducey will say education is fixed for 10 years or more, and taxpayers are eligible for a new tax cut. We are going to have to send our kids to California to be educated.
We will fix Tucson's city council election rules when the Repubs fix their gerrymandering of the entire state.
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