"Governors don't get to print money," the former Arizona governor tells Reason.
The measure, which will be on the March 5 ballot, would greatly expand the SFPD's power while subjecting it to even less scrutiny.
The scandal has resulted in the dismissal of some 200 DWI cases, an internal probe, and an FBI investigation.
The market has created a lot of dog-free housing for a reason. A bill from Assemblymember Matt Haney would destroy it.
In the game's Phantom Liberty expansion, those who make the laws rarely follow them.
The New York Times Implausibly Implicates Oklahoma's Bathroom Law in the Death of a Nonbinary Student
Don’t let culture war politics overwhelm a commitment to the facts.
Where are the fact-checkers and misinformation cops?
The policy is a true budget buster and is ineffective in the long term.
"The people who violated the governor's mandates and orders should face some consequences," a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board member said in 2022.
It's part of the government's expensive public-private partnership meant to address concerns over a reliance on foreign countries, like China, for semiconductors.
This new wave of forgiveness shows how Biden can keep canceling student loans, even after his defeat at the Supreme Court last year.
Bureaucratic ineptitude leads to waste—and more people on the streets.
The supposedly reformed drug warrior's intransigence on the issue complicates his appeal to young voters, who overwhelmingly favor legalization.
Green Card Process 'Utterly Failing' To Help Immigrants 'Pursue the American Dream in Lawful and Orderly Ways'
A new Cato Institute report reveals that just 3 percent of those who have applied for green cards will get permanent status in the U.S. in FY 2024.
The dangers inherent in targeting criminals-to-be have yet to be addressed.