Recent Publications

Why Argue with Success?

Reports of the economic death of Arizona due to universal ESAs have been greatly exaggerated. Arizona’s budget surged by $750 million so far this year, even as the number of students using Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA) more than quadrupled. CAP allies at...

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Breaking Point?

Early reports indicated one of the possible motivating factors given for why a former student gunned down little children and school employees at a Nashville Christian school this week was the governor’s signature on legislation prohibiting irreversible gender-related...

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Restoring Foundations

“If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” Psalm 11:3 (ESV) This week, three Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) team members spent several days exploring the answer to that question with hundreds of allies from throughout the country. The Family...

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Holding Them Accountable

“Critical Race Theory (CRT) is being taught in many public schools. It’s not a myth, and it’s not just a college-level curriculum. It’s an ideology that can wear many different labels.” This quote is right off the Arizona Department of Education website....

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Too Christian to Teach

The demands of the LGBTQ movement know no bounds, but the law does, and now a local school district faces a legal challenge for anti-religious discrimination. Arizona Christian University (ACU) filed suit yesterday against the Washington Elementary School District...

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Abortion Pill on Trial

A federal agency tasked with ensuring public health safety is at the heart of two competing lawsuits that will determine the future of abortion in America. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) put itself in this position by placing ideology over safety and removing...

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AZ Senate Outlaws Infanticide!

A Statement from Center for Arizona Policy President, Cathi Herrod, Esq. Every baby deserves a chance at life. SB 1600 ensures all babies receive the care needed to give them that chance by prohibiting infanticide. An infant’s value is not based on his or her life...

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Get Ready

It could be next week, next month, or a bit later; but a ballot measure designed to enshrine abortion into Arizona’s constitution is coming. Pro-abortion activists all but promised it after Dobbs overturned Roe v. Wade last June. The abortion industry has given us a...

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