The Capitol Times
Friday, November 26, 2004
Jim Small
Two lawmakers told a gathering of business representatives and legislators that the best opportunity for the state to reduce corporate taxes is now, and they plan to introduce legislation that would attract more businesses and high-paying jobs to the state.
The Arizona Republic
Saturday, October 23, 2004
Laurie Roberts
It is, we are told, a "balanced regional approach." A "rare opportunity." I don't know about you, but whenever the power set tells me I have a "rare opportunity" I reach for my wallet - mostly to see if it's still there. It seems our leaders approach the public pocketbook as a starving man approaches an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Capitol Media Services
Thursday, October 21, 2004
Howard Fischer
More than 200,000 teachers and university, state and local employees are going to see their latest pay hikes wiped out with a 50 percent hike in what they have to pay into the mandatory state retirement system next year.
Tucson Citizen
Saturday, July 3, 2004
Congratulations to U.S. Sen. John McCain, who was presented with the Watchdog Award this week by the Arizona Tax Research Association. Arizona Republic columnist Robert Robb presented the award in recognition of McCain's "no-holds-barred fight against pork and wasteful spending." McCain said, "Fighting wasteful spending in Washington is often a very lonely battle, so your recognition and support mean a great deal to me."
Arizona Republic
Tuesday, December 11, 2001
Tom Zoellner
"You'd have to look far and wide for an example of a local government writing checks to the state out of the goodness of their heart," said Kevin McCarthy


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