Center for Arizona Policy

November Depends on August

It’s widely accepted that election season officially begins just after Labor Day – never mind that it’s been non-stop candidate news for a year now. Even so, Arizonans cannot wait for Labor Day to pay attention. By then it’s too late. The November ballot will be set,...

Be the Difference!

In less than a week Arizona voters begin early voting. We have all seen from recent news coverage that tensions are high and voters are divided following the stream of rhetoric by national leaders on both sides of the aisle. Now more than ever, we must be vigilant...

Five Thousand Names

Almost 5,000 Arizonans signed CAP’s petition that read: Children rely on adults to keep them safe. We have a right and responsibility to protect our children, and the government has the duty to protect the safety, privacy, and dignity of all students in public...

Intern with CAP this fall!

Calling all undergraduate and masters degree students! Interning with CAP provides you with real-life experience working in public policy. See the description below and email us at intern@azpolicy.org with any questions. Program Goal – The Internship Program at Center...

A World Turned Upside Down

Today's edition of Five Minutes for Families may take you ten minutes to read. I want and need to share my heart with you about the state of affairs in our nation. It's been a rough month. These turbulent times remind us that our only hope is in Christ and that our...

Abortion Distortion

The Supreme Court took the term “abortion distortion” to a new level this week when it ignored its own precedent and rewrote the legal test by which abortion-related laws are evaluated. To put it another way, in order to cram a square peg in a round hole, the Court...