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PHOENIX — Unable to advance his proposed $1.9 billion permanent tax cut at the Capitol, Gov. Doug Ducey is now going public — or at least to business interests — in a bid to build … more
In 1972, mayors from all over Arizona struck a deal with leaders at the State Capitol that helped our economy grow, kept taxes simple and helped create the strong cities and towns we have today. In … more
A proposed budget deal being considered by Arizona legislators could allow residents to keep more of the money they earn, but it also could have a chilling effect on the budgets of cities like … more
PHOENIX — The group that organized Proposition 208 is now gearing up to force a public vote on what would be the largest tax cut in Arizona history. David Lujan, director of the Arizona … more
PHOENIX — The bid by Gov. Doug Ducey to permanently cut $1.5 billion a year of state revenues is based on an economic theory and a set of numbers that may not hold up under closer … more
PHOENIX — Top aides to Gov. Doug Ducey are defending the $1.5 billion cut in tax collections and bailout of the most wealthy as "modest and responsible.'' In a briefing with media on … more
PHOENIX — With the state flush with cash, Republican legislators are circling in on a plan to permanently cut $1.5 billion in annual tax collections over the next several years. The proposal … more
PHOENIX — With state revenues running more than $1 billion ahead of expectations and better times forecast, Republican lawmakers are looking at compressing all of the state's income tax … more
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