Proposition 208

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NFIB Arizona: Killing the cash cow that funds Arizona education

In case you missed it, this column by Chad Heinrich, Arizona state director for the National Federation of Independent Business, appeared in the October 2 edition of the Phoenix Business Journal. How many times have you heard “buy local, support your local businesses,” or any similar version? If you truly support small business, then join

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Norquist: Prop. 208 would harm Arizonans, not improve education

In case you missed it, this column by Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist appeared on the Arizona Capitol Times website:  On Election Day, Arizonans will be asked if they want to impose a permanent $1 billion income tax increase. This tax hike – Prop 208 – would be the largest in Arizona history

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Chambers of Commerce across Arizona oppose Proposition 208

Chambers of commerce across Arizona are opposing Proposition 208, the initiative to raise Arizona’s top individual income tax rate by 77.7%. Nearly 20 chambers and chamber coalitions from rural and metro areas representing Arizona businesses large and small have joined the opposition, citing the damage the initiative would inflict on Arizona’s business environment and its

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Despite claims of pro-Prop. 208 campaign, small businesses must still pay income taxes

Confounding small business advocates and tax policy experts, Proposition 208 proponents this week trotted out a bizarre claim, saying, “it’s legally impossible for any business to be taxed under Proposition 208,” and “under Proposition 208, small business owners will not pay one cent more in additional taxes.” [source] [source] [source] Arizona small business advocates and

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Former State Superintendent of Education Gives Prop. 208 Failing Grade

The No on Proposition 208 campaign released its second television ad today, and it includes the perspective of a respected voice from the education community.    The ad features Jaime Molera, the former Arizona state superintendent for public instruction and who was twice the president of the state Board of Education.  In the ad, Molera says Proposition

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