Ensuring Fair Treatment

Listen to this week’s podcast here. Sometimes laws come about in unusual ways. At CAP, we review needed legislation every year and talk with lawmakers about how to get things done. But last year, in the midst of COVID, an article in the local paper struck me....

Not Without Parental Approval

Today’s podcast with Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. Boykin is in honor of 9/11. Listen here   Significant Parental Rights Protections Take Effect State laws passed by Arizona lawmakers this legislative session go into effect September 29th. One of the more...

Tick Tock

With less than a week before the deadline, the Arizona House and Senate have both passed several budget bills, including tax relief, election reform, and funding for pro-life, pro-family programs. They have until June 30th to complete their work and meet the budget...

What a Week

My head is still spinning after a busy and fruitful week. It started with a veto and ended with a big victory! You may have seen our Breaking News yesterday in celebration of the passage of SB 1457, sponsored by Sen. Nancy Barto. On Monday, the legislature will send...

Staying Open

Arizona has 31% fewer small businesses than it did just before the COVID-19 outbreak. The government mandated shutdown clearly took a toll. But even as fear of getting the virus drove customers away, fear of being held liable for spreading the virus fueled business...

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