TomSOCAL saidShe was a good governor since she vetoed the legislation that would have allowed employers to discriminate based on any factor, such as sexual orientation.
She said that she vetoed it because it's time for Arizona to move forward.
And, unlike governor Brown in California, after the housing recession, she immediately took several actions to get the economy going, and immediately balanced the budget. Today, Phoenix has a low unemployment rate, I think it's about 6 percent, but the los Angeles metro is over 8 percent.
Phoenix recently got a perfect score on the hrc gay equality index, as did Tempe where asu is.
Most counties in Arizona are not tolerant of gays and the people just ignore us.
The Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff metros are mixed, and becoming more liberal and cosmopolitan with time.
Places like mesa, bullhead city, show low, wickenburg, cottonwood, eagar, Greer, Heber, overgaard, and the southeast part of the state will always be very conservative.
It's too expensive to live in California. Overall, phoenix rents are half that of metro L.A. or san Francisco.
They keep the rents, gas prices, food, and taxes low in Arizona, but governor Brown in California keeps raising taxes.
So which state truly is more liberal???
Also, Arizona requires bike lanes and sidewalks on all new streets. California does not. Nice!
Which planet are u living on Arizona unemployment rate may be at 6percent but it is lagging far behind other states such as Texas, Florida, Dakotas, Pennsylvania, I could go on, the economy is slow in Arizona, yea Cali does tax u to death but why do you think most of the companies that have left California skip Arizona and go to places like Texas, florida as as such? Yea she has done a bangup job for the state