Reports give impression Gov. Napolitano is only sane politician in Phoenix

Emerine, Steve
January 2008
Inside Tucson Business;1/21/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p29
The author reflects on the reported education development in Phoenix, Arizona. He said that the news about its tax allocation basically for its education budget had made the nation to think that Gov. Janet Napolitano is the only sane politician in Phoenix. An overview of the governor's proposal and opposition of some legislature is offered. The author suggests that Nepolitano position in investing education to youngsters are good for the state and its economy.


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