The Phoenix City Retirement Plan cost taxpayers $28 million in 2000 while it cost $110 million in the 2012 fiscal year and $253 million in 2013. In the face of this ballooning of city pension costs, Phoenix voters overwhelmingly approved two propositions that reformed the retirement system of city employees, Proposition 201 and 202, in … More More Facts about Prop 487 and the Problem of Union Spiking
Columnist Robert Robb is the one writer at the Arizona Republic who isn’t in the tank for the Left. He provides this fair assessment of Proposition 487 … There’s a good debate to be had about Proposition 487. Unfortunately, the opponents are choosing not to have it. Prop. 487 would change the retirement program for … More Robert Robb: Who Takes the Risk on Prop 487?
Americans for Prosperity’s Arizona chapter has recommended a YES vote on Arizona Proposition 122: Rejection of Unconstitutional Federal Actions, stating Prop 122 will provide Arizonans with a way to protect themselves from overreaching and harmful federal policies. AFP-Arizona strongly endorses Prop 122.
By Tom Jenney, President Americans for Prosperity, Arizona Chapter YES on City of Phoenix Proposition 487 –– Prop 487 would solve the City’s nearly $1.5 billion unfunded pension liability problem by moving new employees to a plan similar to the 401k plans that are common in the private sector. Prop 487 would fix the … More Taxpayer Watchdog Group: YES on Phoenix Proposition 487
All four of the following judges were appointed by former Governor Janet Napolitano, a hard-Left ideologue. Anyone appointed by a radical leftist is much more apt to consider Constitutions as “living documents” and far less likely to rule from a point of originalism. Therefore, we recommend NO votes against the following judges and justices in the November … More General Election 2014: Vote No on These Judges